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Exeter Quayside
England

Exeter Quayside is steeped in history - hence its use by the BBC as a film location for the Onedin Line - though now its trade is dominated by restaurants and leisure.

A lovely way to see the quay and the canal heading south is to hire either bikes or canoes from Saddles and Paddles (http://www.saddlepaddle.co.uk/) and head off for an afternoon. Otherwise, stay around the quay and enjoy good food and drink, and a range of independent antique and craft shops set into the arches on the quay.

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Uploaded: 13/09/2009
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Tags: exeter quay; exeter; quay; cricklepit; cricklepit bridge; river exe; exe; cycle; saddles paddles; canal; waterfront; pizza
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