A Conversation for Plymouth, Devon, UK


Post 1

Princess Lilly,

Im a Plymouth girl born and bred. i live just outside the village of Eggbuckland and we are so very lucky with the beautiful scenery, we are surounded by nature reserves and I suppose we are on the outskirts of Plymouth and the wildlife out here is amazing. Plymouth city centre is just a couple of miles in but you would think you were on a different planet heresmiley - smiley
The parking is just as badsmiley - laugh but the bus service is good(have to say that as hubby issmiley - busdriversmiley - laugh)
Ssshhhh lets not go into the prawn thingsmiley - blush an embarrasment(under statement of the year)
But we have the National Marine Aquarium which more than compensates for the Prawn thingsmiley - biggrin
Plus the Lido has been refurbished and lets hope the next generation enjoys it as much as mine did with the old onesmiley - smiley
The Hoe is a nice place to meet up with friends then wander down to the Barbican for a few drinks and maybe a supper of fish and chips on a warm summers eve ahhh you cant beat itsmiley - laugh
we are certainly blessed in Plymouthsmiley - smiley

kind regards Liz


Post 2


Just like to say what a wonderful city Plymouth is, it has everything whether you want great countryside, sea, city everything is there or within ver easy reach.

I have loved Plymouth ever since I was sent to relief manage The Star in Union Street for fifteen months some time ago. I am sure some people remember it, what an experience!

I would love to live permanantly in Plymouth some day, but until then I have to be satisfied with visits. I shall be coming down April/May for the first time in two years and I am searching for a pub with accommodation in the Barbican area, can anyone help please? smiley - cheers

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