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Plymouth UK

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On my next trip to the UK, I've decided to go to Plymouth. I will probably make it a daytrip from London, haven't decided yet whether I want to drive or take the train. (On a previous trip I spent several days driving the Cotswolds, so I can handle driving on the wrong side of the road).

Is there enough in Plymouth to fill a day or should I pay my homage and head somewhere else close by? My interests are broad, I like nice scenery, historical sites and houses.

I'm expecting to visit in May 2011 (yes it's still a long way off, but anticipation is the next best thing to being there.)

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