Lyme Regis is a pretty village in Dorset, on the coast in southwest England. It's a tourist destination, built on hills that run down to the sea.
I stayed at Thatch, a B&B in an octagonal house, at the top of a hill, with lively and gracious hosts.
One morning I walked down the hill into the town centre. It's an eight-minute walk that took me half an hour -- thanks to my wandering a lot, stopping to admire gardens and look in shop windows. Here are some pictures from along my way.
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