Barbican, Plymouth

The Plymouth Barbican is steeped in history, from the Pilgrim Fathers who set sail aboard the Mayflower Ship in 1620 from the Mayflower Steps, and several Tudor and Elizabethan buildings, to the famous Plymouth Gin Distillery.
After wandering around we discovered a new little bike/coffee shop called Rockets and Rascals and stopped for a break.

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