The Imperial Hotel

Park Hill Road, Torquay, English Riviera, Devon, England, TQ1 2DG, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Park Hill Road, Torquay, is near Living Coasts, Torre Abbey, Torquay Museum, and Agatha Christie Mile.
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    Travel Blogs from Torquay

    Back in Britain

    A travel blog entry by nathancrang on Aug 09, 2014

    Hi everyone, I arrived back in the UK yesterday after a very long journey about 26 hours total - fortunately I didn't feel too bad after it, just a little tired! I've had an amazing trip, thanks for reading the blog, it's been nice knowing that people have been keeping up with what I've been doing whilst I've been on my adventures. Even whilst I've been travelling I've planned a few more trips - I've well and truly caught the "travel bug"! I hope to see you all soon and show you the ...

    Looking back from Devon

    A travel blog entry by mike_lickfold on Aug 01, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... of West African drumming and droning accordion, minimalist piano, songs speaking of despair, isolation, joy, the seasons, nature, water, fire.... so it seemed to me..... humour too.. Hungary's SONGORGO one of the most exciting and versatile bunch of multi instumentalIsts in Europe playing stupendously challenging music. The greatest new voice in West Africa, Mohammed Diaby and one of the best guitarists on that continent, Abdoulaye Traore,, known together ...

    Delightful Devon

    A travel blog entry by clive.atkinson on Jul 26, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... a walk up 2 hills (Tors) and were rewarded by spectacular views of the surrounding area. The selfie is from the top of Cox Tor.
    Dartmouth itself is quite quaint and has quite a historical seafaring legacy as a deep-water port for sailing vessels, Dartmouth has always been of strategic importance. As far back as 1147 and 1190 it was used as the sailing point for ...

    THE NIGHTMARE BEGINS

    A travel blog entry by starbird32 on Jul 26, 2014

    1 photo

    ... their main four lane highways.

    We finally arrived at the hotel in Exeter, the Rougemont Thistle hotel tired and bone weary. It was extremely hot and they gave us a room that took more than ten stair steps to get to after using the elevator to get to the proper floor...lugging baggage with no assistance, room extremely hot and the furniture was garage sale quality and falling apart. We asked for another room and ...

    HISTORY - ON LAND AND WATER

    A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 22, 2014

    3 photos

    ... out on the water one more time. This time, he went on a WW2 rescue ship (definitely a relic on this waterway), out past the mouth of the river and up the coastline a bit in the Channel. I declined this potentially seasick experience. He loved it - got some more history - and now feels he has had the Dartmouth water experience.
    We are very glad we returned to Dartmouth on this trip.
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