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Hiking on
and by the
South Devon Coast Path
October 16th - 23rd, 1999

Launched November 2nd, 1999
Ronald Langereis - 1999 - Amsterdam

Photo Album

Day Five
Display of scanned photographs

Exeter received confirmation of the City Arms in 1564. It is believed that the motto "Semper Fidelis" was suggested by Elizabeth I in recognition of a gift of money toward the fleet which defeated the Armada One of the decorative houses in High Street. This especially nice specimen is standing next to another treasure, that accomodates the Exeter C&A An old footbridge that connects two parts of the city walls - as far as I can see. (I didn't go there myself, as you know, hanging around in pubs for the greater part of the day)
Frans visited the Underground Passages. I couldn't resist the temptation to sneak a picture from the Tourist Board. More information about it you can find here The same goes for 'The House That Moved'. Follow the link and choose 'Places to visit', Images of Exeter, all showing the sunny side of life This picture of 'The House That Moved' we owe to Miep. While we were in the pub feasting on sausages and bitter, she braved the penetrating chilliness of the Exeter city center to take all of these endearing snap-shots
A glance into history through a deceiving window: A 'trompe l'oeil' somewhere in Exeter A statue of agony in an Exeter park, probably commemorating the devastating Blitz of WWII Occasionally folks from other cottages dropped by, an opportunity for putting all Shepherds together on one picture: l.t.r. Miep, Elly, Frans, Toon, Annelies, Ronald

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