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The cathedral city of Exeter resides in the ceremonial county of Devon in South West England. The city was established on the eastern bank of the Exe River, on a ridge of land that's backed by a steep hill. Historically, this was the lowest bridging point of the River, and along with the defense of the higher ground of the ridge, this location was the best choice for trade and settlement. Bless yourself in this cathedral city with the erotic companionship of Exeter escorts, and let her sexual prowess answer your sexy prayers.

The topography of the ridge forms the backbone of the city, which also includes a volcanic plug upon which the Rougemont Castle is located. This historic castle was built shortly after 1068, and it's named after the red stone that's found in the hill. Its remaining feature is the large early Norman gatehouse which is surrounded by the Rougemont Gardens and the Northernhay Gardens. Explore the lay of the land, but before you do, book the erotic expertise of a gorgeous courtesan, and explore a sexy fantasy with her kinky knowhow by booking a domination service.

A number of religious buildings reside here not just the cathedral. You can investigate the remains of a monastery at St Nicholas Priory, see the medieval remains of St Mary Steps, and visit the third oldest synagogue in Britain. However you plan to spend your time, it's a sexy fact, you'll enjoy yourself better after booking a massage from an escort in Exeter. Peruse through all the massages that are available, but before you book her sexy company, check out her reputation on the escort reviews to see which sexy vixen is the talk of cathedral city.


If and when you check out the Guildhall, you'll be able to say that you saw 'the oldest municipal building in England that's still in use.' With medieval foundations this building has been the centre of civic government for at least 600 years. The hall has been on its present site since the 14th century, this scheduled ancient monument is a must-see, so go check it out.

The Custom House is the oldest brick building surviving in the city, and it's located in the attractive Quay area. It houses the offices for the government officials who process the paperwork for the import and export of goods in and out of a country.

Take a walk down Parliament street and you'll be walking down one of the narrowest streets in the entire World. It dates back to the 14th century, and it links the High Street to Waterbeer Street. Fun fact: The title of the world's narrowest street actually belongs to the Spreuerhofstraße in Reutlingen, Germany.

Go take a walkabout through the Northernhay Gardens which is the oldest public open space in England. It was originally laid out to be a pleasure walk for Exeter residents, and it has a lovely Victorian design along with trees, shrubs, and flowers. There are a number of statues here, like the Volunteer Memorial, The Deer Stalker by E.B. Stephens, and the War Memorial by John Angel.


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