Monthly Archives: January 2016

Tintagel Castle, and the English Heritage

We left Camelot Castle well before the mandatory check-out time of 10 a.m. but we could not possibly leave Tintagel until we had visited and explored the Tintagel Castle ruins for the ruins simply could not be overlooked–they are an intrinsic part of … Continue reading

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Camelot Castle

According to the flyer we found in our room at Camelot Castle in Cornwall: in 1894 the entrepreneur Sir Robert Harvey,  who had made his fortune in South America mining, formed a Company to build the present Camelot Castle at Tintagel. The castle, … Continue reading

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A Room With A View continued… Tintagel

There was only one road leading out of the tiny township of Tintagel as far as we could see, the road we had come in by and which ran through the town and disappeared around the corner at the bottom … Continue reading

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Retraction

Oops! Hit the wrong button again by accident this afternoon,  and published a draft post I was working on about Malory’s work on King Arthur. This draft post  has now been deleted from public view. My finished blog on Malory … Continue reading

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