Kynance Hotel

107-113 Citadel Road (West), The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2RN, United Kingdom
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This is the sea port from...

by margaretvn

This is the sea port from where Sir Francis Drake, Sir Francis Raleigh, Capt. James Cook, Charles Darwin and of course the Pilgrim Fathers all sailed. It was largely rebuilt after the World War II bombings and is now a large city. The Old Plymouth is centred around the Hoe. This is the famous green where Raleigh finished hid game of bowls as the invading Spanish Armada approached the port in the year 1588. Today The Hoe is a pleasant park and parade ground with memorials to important naval men.
Charles II built the Royal Citadel (near The Hoe) in the 1660’s to guards the harbour. It is open from May to September daily.
The Mayflower Stone and Steps mark the place where he Pilgrim Fathers set sail for the New World in 1620.

Let's remember that I am...

by Miffy

Let's remember that I am talking about Exeter rather than Plymouth, and mucgh as I am enamoured of VT so far, I still can't believe they haven't put Exeter in here!
My number one recommendation to any visitor to Exeter is to go to the Double Locks pub/hotel. This involves walking down to the quay and taking the canal path Southwards for about two or three miles. It's an easy walk - or cycle - and fairly picturesque. You'll pass fishers and river birds, maybe the odd canoeist. Eventually you come to the two locks, where you will find the pub, which has a huge array of ciders and beers and food (my fave always used to be brown bread ice cream until I went vegan). On certain dates they have a marquee in the garden with live music, and barbeques on the riverside. They used to have a swing that made music when you rode on it, and an old boat for kids to play on. I don't know whether any of this is still true now, but to sit on the canalside on a summer's evening with your dog, a pint of cider and some food on its way is very heaven. You'll probably want to phone to check they are open before you walk that distance though. And if you get legless, there is a way for taxis through St Thomas industrial estate - they have to be good drivers though as there is a very sharp turn onto the bridge.
Here's a review that says much what I just did: http://www.ex.ac.uk/~jbdavey/pubs/quay/doublelocks.html

Can't Get Tickets For Wimbledon?

by johngayton

Then come to Plymouth!!

At the bottom end of Armada Way, where it meets Royal Parade, the Plymouth City Centre Management Company, in conjunction with the BBC and the local council, have erected a big screen television as a means of attracting people to the city. This is used to show major sporting events, such as Wimbledon, as well as for viewing local events and even live opera from the Royal Opera House.

In front of the screen there's seating for about 500 people and during popular screenings these are fully occupied with the numbers being swelled by standing spectators.

The only major event not shown in 2010 was the Football World Cup due to the City Management's concerns about potential unrest. The local police however are reported as being in favour of screening the games as it would have given them a chance to practice policing such events in advance of the possibility of the UK hosting the 2018 World Cup.

For an events listing click on the website below:

The Elizabethan Hideaway

by freya_heaven

The Elizabethan gardens are a great little hideaway. There is a rose garden & pool with a fountain, although this was not on when we visited. A small folly with seating plus more stone seats dotted throughout the garden. Apparently the gardens have recently restored. It is east to miss the entrance which is down a small passageway off the road. Entrance is free and it is open daily from 9 - 5. A nice place to come & sit & have your lunch on a sunny day.

Plymouth visit - long time ago

by joanj

As you can see it is a long time ago that I visited Plymouth, long before thinking about taking pictures to put on VT pages.

I will put a few in a travelogue, and if any kind person out their can tell me what I took photo's of I will be eternally grateful.

It is only recently that I have kept journals of my jaunts, so back in those days, I just pointed a camera and "clicked".

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Address: 107-113 Citadel Road (West), The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2RN, United Kingdom