Boringdon Arms

Boringdon Terrace, Plymouth, Devon, England, PL9 9TQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Plymouth

First adventure - the opening of the Dawlish track

A travel blog entry by emmaw


... but at least we got though!! We are now well on the way to London!! 19.13 If you need to fly from Heathrow, I can recommend Terminal 5! It doesn't actually feel like an airport - its quiet, clean and we have just had a lovely meal at Wagamamas!! We are now sat in front of a TV showing Dave Cam at Dawlish! We actually think he was on our train earlier - just in front of us was a journalist (he had a huge camera) and all the way back to London he ...

Off to Heathrow

A travel blog entry by kingy2


Things have conspired against us this week to raise the stress levels to an unnecessary level, still no trains from Dawlish, change of flight times and a new addition to the family who is reluctant to put in an appearance, to name but a few. The outcome is not too bad at all, I now have a beautiful new granddaughter, Tegan (who needs to stop scaring her mum) Deb managed to get tickets changed for an earlier train, we've ...

Video of Penguins

A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy


As promised here is a video of the Little Blue Penguins taken on the Otago Peninsula, near Dunedin in January. I took this at night when it was dark as this is the time they come home from feeding. Its only four and a half minutes long! Thanks for watching. ...

Port of Plymouth

A travel blog entry by kh2

... of other migrant ships in the 18/19th centuries. The cruise went past the huge naval docks which are the biggest in Europe with over 3 miles of docks and we saw many British Navy ships and submarines in port. We then rejoice the coach for a trip to the coastal village of Looe for a morning of wandering narrow lanes and shopping in quaint stores and ...

Cornwall - the "quilt" of England

A travel blog entry by tenison


... waterfront of Plymouth. Fascinating super-imposition of the present beside/over the past. The waterfront had elements of things as far back as the 1400s, with modern seaside amenities built in and amongst the ruins. We also visited a very nice museum dedicated to the Mayflower. Not much like it is in our history books!!!

We are down to our last 2 days of sightseeing - then fly home Wednesday. I'll have 2 more entries for you before we fly out.


This hotel, located on Boringdon Terrace, Plymouth, is near National Marine Aquarium, Mayflower Steps, Barbican Leisure Park, and Cannons Health Club.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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