I was feeling a bit down and did not know what to do with myself, even though it was a little overcast with sunny brakes it was warm so I jumped on a bus from home and headed to the Plymouth Sounds to clear my...More
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Plymouth Sound, visible from Plymouth Hoe is the body of water between Plymouth Hoe Foreshore and the Breakwater,the 1 mile long free-standing structure that sits in the middle of The Sound at about 2.5 miles away Plymouth Sound has played host to and still does...More
I have lived in Plymouth, off and on, for thirty- six years. Every time I walk on the Hoe and look out over Plymouth Sound it takes my breath away. Admittedly, sometimes my breath is taken away by a strong south-westerly but during the spring...More
looking across the sound from the Hoe is a sight worth seeing, On a good day the sea is tranquil and beautiful. When the weather is bad it is exhilarating. Look down from the .hoe you can see ( and walk down to) the elegant...More
Walked up the hill from the marina to this amazing spot. Views are superb and you can get out of the wind at one of the lovely cafes. Great to see ships out there and an easy walk on to the main shopping centre.
The sheer pleasure of sitting on a bench overlooking the Sound was added to by the the desire to chat by local people. dog lovers delight and the monuments,plus statues were impressive both for their artistic merit and the reason for them.
I'm sure this is a wonderful place, looking out towards Drake Island, unfortunately it was just starting to get dusk, so probably, not the best time.
Beautiful and historic. Lots of statues to famous people associated with Plymouth including Sir Francis Drake and The Beatles and elaborate war memorials. A lighthouse to explore; restaurants and tea rooms. Space for children to scoot around. Barbecues permitted and a view out to the...More