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Looking down to the town centre in St Ives, Cornwall

Looking down to the town centre in St Ives, Cornwall

Looking down to the town centre in St Ives, Cornwall walked here so many times its a killer up hill!

St. Ives, Cornwall, this is a beautiful little place, stunning scenery and quaint little houses. I love the view across the bay.

The tin crowd: Going underground in the mines of Cornwall

Ives, Cornwall, this is a beautiful little place, stunning scenery and quaint little houses. I love the view across the bay.

Stroll around the old cobbled streets and harbour in St Ives. Surrounded on all sides by gorgeous beaches, St Ives benefits from fantastic light which has inspired thousands of artists.

is a harbor town and resort, on the North Cornish Coast. The colourful Mediterranean atmosphere, maze of cobbled streets and jumble of fishermens cottages blend with an eclectic selection of shops, galleries and studios arou

St Michael's Mount, Cornwall ~ When the tide is out you can walk across

St Michael's Mount, Cornwall Didn't know England had a Mont St Michel, too!

St. Ives, Cornwall. Downlong Cottage B & B, across the road from Grace's Cottage :)

Downlong Cottage B B, across the road from Grace's Cottage :) - we loved the little side streets. We were staying in Penzance at the Bella Vista Hotel

The Pier, St Ives, Cornwall

The Pier, St Ives, Cornwall

Days sunbathing in front of the White House, eating crab sandwiches, Cornish cream scones and ice cream:-) St Ives, Cornwall

St Ives in Cornwall - Low tide harbour view

St Ives in Cornwall - Low tide harbour view ~ First time I have seen the harbour from this view point, great perspective!

St. Michaels Mount, Cornwall, UK. Like France, England has its own castle mount dedicated to St. Michael. This site also plays a part in the Dragon Chalice series.

St. Michaels Mount, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom

Michaels Mount, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom (I know Cornwall doesn't consider itself a part of England but I don't have a Cornwall board)

St. Ives, Cornwall

Mousehole, Corwall - There are very few places that can be found in the United Kingdom that have retained their original character and charm in the way that the tiny fishing village of Mousehole has.

Mevagissey, Cornwall - A working fishing port with a lively harbour.

Mevagissey, Cornwall - still have a little ring I bought from here as a child with my holiday spendy pennies


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