Cornerways Guest House where we were staying. We simply put our clothes in the suitcase with wheels and off we went. This was an adventure. I thought one machine for delicates and one for everything else. I took the first shift with a book. Ray came down.
tattoos on and filled up his machine. He rolled a cigarette, then went outside. A few minutes later a group of young men came in with their laundry. The men all chatted. Ray continued to feed coins into the machines.
Cornerways. The sunset seemed to make the sky glow in the softest creamy colors.
Penzance, Fish Eye is a wonderful place to eat.
Cornerways Guest House. It was built over 175 years ago. Our room was up over the awning. The stairs were small. The room was very nice with tea and biscuits. Breakfast was the traditional English breakfast. Ray had eggs, cereal, and toast with tea and juice. I had cereal with fruit, toast, tomatoes and mushrooms. The tea was brought to the table in a pot.
Leggatt are the owners of Cornerways. Andrea was very helpful in providing us with information about things to do and places to see in and around Penzance. Here I am with the Palm trees and flowers at the Guest House front gate.
For more information about Cornerways email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another site: http://www.penzance.co.uk/cornerways/