Drake Hotel

1 & 2 Windsor Villas, Lockyer Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2QD, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Plymouth

Pasties.
Meat and veg...

by Scott_UK

Pasties.
Meat and veg wrapped in pastry.
I guess you are obliged to sample them as it is a local delicacy. Originally made by the wives of tin miners in Cornwall for the men to take with them for lunch.
As Crocodile Dundee once said, 'tastes like sh*t, but you can eat it'.
Stick to ice-cream and cider if you want to sample the local delights :)

There's only one night club...

by Miffy

There's only one night club for the discerning in Exeter: Timepiece!
Back in the Eighties when I was a regular, this is where all the goths and punks would go. It was tiny, the dance floor held about ten people, and the carpets were really sticky. The nicest thing about it was that the downstairs part was just a bar so you could go and chat if you were sick of the loud music. Now I hear it's moved two or three doors up the road - URL: http://www.timepiecenightclub.co.uk/ It's reinvented itself into a slick and trendy place! Exeter will never be quite the same again! I wille ndeavour to come back here and post some photos from the glory days. Almost anything goes. Check out the 'questions' part of their site: 'short shorts, bare chests (for the boys), knuckle-dusters, etc. will all be turned away at the doo'.

National Marine Aquarium

by freya_heaven

The National Marine Aquarium is one of Plymouths newest attractions with only being open for 6 years or so. It is a registered charity and prides itself on being a conservation, research and educational centre, rather then just somewhere you watch fish. The aquarium covers a few floors with your starting off in the top floor winding your way down to the ground floor. My favourite area is on of the higher floors with the rock pools & starfish, the views over Sutton Pool & Plymouth Sound are wonderful. The shark pool is great too, but usually very crowded when I have visited.

The latest attraction at the Marine Aquarium is the Shark Tank, it is the largest tank in Europe with a depth of 10.5 meters and holds over 2.5 million litres of water.

I think this attraction is for all ages, children will obviously love it, but also plenty to hold the interest of adults too. There is a basic café and of course a gift shop.

The Aquarium is open all year and costs 8.75 for Adults 5.25 for children over 4 - 15.

The little fishermen villages...

by Pierre_Rouss

The little fishermen villages all around
Coastline Cornwall population lives from the sea. Seafood is found everywhere and is fresh. These little villages are quiet, the people agreable, and so picturesque.

Dartmoor

by adinda

A very beautiful region in the UK is the Dartmoor area. Read "the Hound of the Baskervilles" by Arthur Conan Doyle to get that typical Dartmoor atmosphere. It had to be raining when we were there, but that's part of the atmosphere as well! The Dartmoor National Park is great for hiking, and you'll find very friendly people who will show you the way. Also check out my Travelogue. For more info on Dartmoor check the website of the Tourist Association (www.dartmoor-guide.co.uk) or the National Park Authority (http://www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk).

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Address: 1 & 2 Windsor Villas, Lockyer Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2QD, United Kingdom