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It's such an underrated city. There's loads to do! You have the coast, surf, fabulous beaches, a coastal path, free ferry to Cornwall, Dartmoor, bars, superb nightlife, remote, fun, hip, and happening. Apart from a chaotic traffic system and poor shopping, Plymouth is the bees knees.
I grew up in Exeter. It's a mostly pretty town. The Cathedral is lovely, the Quay is worth a visit and the V&A museum is good for a couple of hours. Ignore the comment about the drunks; it's not true. The nightlife is great and all you ever see are good natured students. The shops are better than you'd expect for a city of 100,000 as it's the regional hub. It's otherwise pretty small, and if you're in the region don't spend more than a day or two here - the countryside around is the main draw.
Don’t even think about coming to Exeter. The nightlife is rubbish -- all the clubs are filled with little kids. Shopping is great but beware of pickpockets. Tourists can be seen from a mile away. Just be careful when you next go down Topsham Road -- it’s been known for several hit and runs. I advise you to stay in if you decide to come to Exeter and lock your doors. You will be safer. One thing that I must say is great about Exeter is all the good looking lads!
Exeter is wicked. If you fancy a good night out, go to Arena and then Paradise Tandoori. They have the best naan kebabs I have ever tasted in my life!
I now live in Canada. I use to live on Dartmoor, in the Girls Boarding School, not too far from Widecombe in the Moor. I remember coming to Widecombe Fair, every year. Today, I decided to see what websites there were. It's great to see these beautiful places being used for tourists. Someday, I'll come back there to visit.
I will always love Exeter.


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