This time we are in the city of Truro.
One is for architecture - This is Truro Cathedral.
Outside and Inside.
Two is for colour
Bunting in the High Street adds a certain flair.
So nice to see traditional red phone boxes and the blossom in bloom behind makes it look even more cool.
The Naked Drummer man sculpture on Lemon Quay continues to be a talking point
I wonder why?!
Three is for independent shopping - I was disappointed in myself as I could have planned better and came along on Farmers Market day, where I could have picked up some homemade Cornish Fairings, but there was still plenty of other indie shops to explore.
explore.Above, how could the Welsh in me resist 'Rare Bits'.
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Four is for eating out - vegetarian and vegan style.
But sadly, I did not get to eat at Archie Brown as my mother in law fancied 'Ham, egg and chips' which she had at the Old Globe Cafe and Bistro, Of course, I ate there too opting for a veggie panini which was very good by the way, but my heart sank as I feel out I missed out a little bit not eating at a veggie place.
Here's Archie Brown's menu.Five - is for hidden gems likeThe Secret Garden Cafe.
The secret garden cafe is not hidden in some corner, but I did not know about it until I stumbled across it. Its literally opposite Archie Browns above. The Secret Garden Cafe is vegetarian and vegan menu was far more innovative, different and creative. This is when I became really disappointed in not eating at a vegetarian eatery . I was amazed by the menu and drooling at their amazing cakes in the window, but could not eat anymore as I had only had my panini and was too full.
Click on the menu below and I assure you will be astounded. Much more than your average green bean salad.
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