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Comic #3469

1 Caption: King Arthur's Castle Hotel, Tintagel village, Cornwall
2 Prof Jones: This looks like an appropriate place to stay. Just don't tell them what we're here for! They might not like foreigners poking around.
3 Monty: Hi, we'd like three rooms.
4 Innkeeper: Ayes, allycumpooster! Here to fossick for clues leadin' to Excalibur, are ye?

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The King Arthur's Castle Hotel opened at Tintagel in 1899, so the Joneses could indeed have stayed there in the 1930s. In recent years it's changed its name to the Camelot Castle Hotel, but it's still there and doing business.

The photo is one I took when I visited Tintagel in 2004. I didn't stay in this hotel though - I stayed at a smaller inn in the village.

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