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Annhig Shout Out: Cornwall

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I trust you, and anybody else who wants to join in, are "out there" to comment. After some further consideration, more than a few YouTube as well as other "video" stimuli reviews, I have decided that the decision not to visit Cornwall next year was hasty and ill-conceived (to be charitable to myself).

That said, the question is one of basing as in where (with a car) for several days. Given that I live in the beach and despite a love of mountainous terrain I'd prefer to be somewhere on or within sight of the ocean.

I keep reading reviews of St. Ives hotels which look appealing. The only thing I know about the place is from that childhood nursery rhyme; ditto, more or less as to the supposed "pirates" in Penzance.

Scenery is important as are other so-called "location-unique" experiences. Bottom line: just being there and soaking it up for a couple of days. Probably in August BUT it could be earlier like May or June.

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