Devonshire Guest House

Address: 22 Lockyer Road, Plymouth, Devon, England, PL3 4RL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 22 Lockyer Road, Plymouth, is near Plymouth City Museum, Elizabethan Gardens, Central Park, and The Framing Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Plymouth

Day 11

A travel blog entry by imjustmaddie_ on Apr 03, 2015

4 comments, 8 photos

Today we went for breakfast at a different Aunty Janes house who they all used to know in PNG and is like Rons second mum. She made us this huge cooked breakfast and invited Margaret to come with us as well. I'm getting so confused with all the people I'm meeting and who is actually related to who... Ron and Abi know everyone... After breakfast and a chat there we headed to Tavistock to go to to the Tavistock ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by imjustmaddie_ on Apr 02, 2015

5 comments, 18 photos

... really cool. Then we headed back off the island to have lunch and I had my first pasty in England. We also came across the place Mike (Abi's dad) was born in during the war. It is actually like a castle, they moved the hospital to there while Plymouth was being bombed and it is such a nice building. So we stopped and checked that out because abi had never been there. I was impressed that he can say he was born in a castle and I have to say I'm born ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by imjustmaddie_ on Apr 01, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

Today we set off to drive to Plymouth (which is in Cornwall) with some stops along the way. First we drove an hour or two to go and check out Stonehenge because there was no way I would come to this side of the world and not see it. But you have to pay £15 ($30) plus £5 ($10) parking to just walk around in a circle around them and you can't even get close. You walk about 10 metres away behind a barrier. So we were not going to do that so ...

A Day by the Rain...I mean Beach

A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on Jan 31, 2015

3 photos

... children (granted, we were there on a weekend) and the aquarium was very much designed for the young age group. I would have appreciated more educational programming, such a descriptive plaques beside the exhibits. Still they did have some great displays and amazing animals to see. I could never pass up visiting an aquarium.
Overall it was a nice day trip. Perhaps it would be even better on a sunny day, next time. ...

Willbee enjoys the treats of England

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 20, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... show that children employed in mines also took pasties with them as part of their crib or croust (local dialect for snack or lunch). By the end of the 18th century it was the staple diet of working men across Cornwall. Miners and farm workers took this portable and easy to eat convenience food with them to work because it was so well suited to the purpose. Its size and shape made it easy to carry, its pastry case ...