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“so much to do”
Review of Plymouth Hoe

Plymouth Hoe
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Plymouth and Dartmoor One Day Private Highlights...
Ranked #7 of 187 things to do in Plymouth
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed June 30, 2013

We love this area there is always something to do throughout the year from:-
Graduation celebrations, Remembrance Sunday services and events that are held there for the public to just sitting watching the world go by and flying a kite or just strolling along.

We were in Plymouth for a quick overnight visit but still got to go for a quick stroll along the Hoe as they were setting up on Friday for Armed Forces day on Saturday can't wait to go back again soon.

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Reviewed June 29, 2013

Love this place so much i live in midlands and my parents live in plymouth. So love this place. Lots of events going on.

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Reviewed June 29, 2013

If the weather is good lovely place to sit and watch the world go by lots of places to have a nice cup of coffee

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Reviewed June 27, 2013

If you start from the Barbican and walk your way upto the Hoe you will forget life's hassles. You'll be surrounded by the chilly winds and sound of the light waves of the sea. And when you reach the Hoe, stop for a while and watch the sea and the beauty around. You will be mesmerised.
There are not many people around, its perfectly clean, and always a treat to the eyes. People of Plymouth are lucky to have Hoe. Ive visited this beauty twice and find it very peaceful. I just sit down on the bench with my husband and we stare the view. There are many restaurants around too. There is a small cafe behind the spanish tapas restro down the Hoe, where I had hot chocolate, and it tasted divine, not just because it was yum, but when you sit somewhere with a view so beautiful, it becomes special. I recommend that to everyone.
If you are visiting Plymouth, your visit will only be complete if you visit Hoe. I also recommend starting from Barbican as your way upto the Hoe, instead of going via City Centre. Its not bad either, but less special.

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Reviewed June 26, 2013

No matter what day, time, year etc if you're walking along the hoe there will always be a view to behold and make you question the boundaries of the horizon...

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