Athenaeum Lodge

Address: 4 Athenaeum Street, Plymouth, Devon, England, PL1 2RQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4 Athenaeum Street, Plymouth, is near Plymouth Hoe, Brittany Ferries, Plymouth, and Smeaton's Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Plymouth

    A drink with jam and bread

    A travel blog entry by ktkadventures on Jun 10, 2015

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    .....well, scones rather than bread. After school, our "dirty dozen" walked to dinner with Alex and Hailey, natives of Plymouth who traveled to Fredonia last year. They cooked us pizza and authentic English food. The best was scones with cream and jam. It doesn't get more British than this! You cut open the scone and spread a bit of cream ...

    First Day of School

    A travel blog entry by ktkadventures on Jun 09, 2015

    ... paper I'm writing at the end of the summer. Overall, this school promotes cooperative learning, creativity, and play. We were so welcome by the Head Teacher and all the staff. I cannot wait to learn more about the school, National Curriculum, and English school culture. This is going to be an incredible experience! All the frustration of all the paper work during this past year has become worth it! I'm finally here, in ...

    Our New Home

    A travel blog entry by ktkadventures on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... water!!!!!), and a kitchenette. Once we all got our keys and the wifi passcode (priorities), James, another host from Plymouth, showed us where we could shop, eat, and the ocean. Plymouth is on the west coast of England and a major naval city. Everything is named after Sir Francis Drake, an early hero who stopped the Spanish from invading the UK. Heavily bombed during WWII, some buildings damaged during that time still remain the same. There is church that ...

    Off tomorrow !

    A travel blog entry by isabellasail on Jun 02, 2015

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    Well, after 60 mile an hour winds last night and torrential rain, it looks as if the weather may ease sufficiently to give us a window for departure.

    So we should start Wednesday at 7am and will head for Ushant and across the Bay of Biscay towards the north west cape of Spain, cap finisterre where there is always at least a gale blowing!

    Then ...

    Eype - Highlands End Holiday Park

    A travel blog entry by susiwen on May 30, 2015

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    Our next chance to go away was Saturday 30th May - after phoning around on Friday there was availability at Whitsand Bay, Blue Anchor, Ladram Bay and Highlands End - We decided on th latter. After phoning up at 9.30 and booking a gravel pitch with hook up we set off. after booking in we headed off to high acres field and told to take any pitch that was free. We got a lovely side on pitch overlooking Eype Bay and "the chalet" where the incident happened ...