Okay, it's time for the PASOTI brains to help me with a project that I am mulling over at the moment.
If you were leading someone around the City of Plymouth, what interesting/iconic/scenic locations would you make sure you passed?
You don't need to worry about how you would go to them all (i.e. the route).
You can cast the net quite wide both in terms of geographical location but also in terms of your definition of interesting/iconic/scenic.
Historic locations are good but not the only things of interest.
You are not going INTO the locations, just passing them.
You are on foot.
The person you are leading isn't necessarily from Plymouth but they might be.
There has to be something you can actually see.
Some examples to get things started and in no particular order:
Home Park, The Life Centre, Brickfields, Plym Valley, Saltram House and Grounds, Barbican Prawn, Theatre Royal, Smeaton's Tower, Armada Way, Guildhall, Mutton Cove, Royal William Yard, the Marine Biological Association, Plymouth Hoe, Citadel, War Memorial(s), Scott Monument, Sutton Harbour, The National Marine Aquarium, lots of parks and green spaces (Central, Devonport, Victoria, Mutley, Hartley), Stonehouse Creek, Mayflower Steps, Tamar Bridge, Model ships near West Hoe
I know that I can think of plenty more but it will be interesting to get input from others, as people see things differently and obviously know details I don't.
if my idea ever comes off you will be able to participate, but only if you can move yourself for 26.2 miles...