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Travel Blogs from Barmouth
... visit of Fishguard we drove and found the information centre at Cardigan. We got help but unlike Ireland it was only basic info and I couldn't get any internet to help. We decided from here that we were castled and Abbied out so we would just head north on the coastal route. We eventually pulled up in a place called Porthmadog which had quite a long stoney beach, sadly the weather had turned miserable. After nearly being locked in the ladies public toilet ...
Back to Wales today to see Port Meirion. If anyone watched prisoner (the English one,many years ago) it was filmed there. It is a quaint place that is not what it seems, some of the buildings look quite huge but in realty it is just a facade. Although on saying that you can rent out some of the little cottages or there is a hotel there you can stay ...
What lovely scenery in Wales, the place is so green, we decided to go to Snowdonia, it was a bit to far to walk up to the top so we took the train, which took 1hr to get to the top we had a real quick 1/2 hr there then we had to catch the train back down - another 1hr. It was quite misty up there but we managed to get some photos unfortunatly we couldn't see the coast at all.
We slept til 10am, and the boys would've slept longer as we had to wake them up and it took them a while to actually get out of bed. We left Newport and journeyed towards Tintern Abbey, a ruined abbey thanks to Henry VIII in the Wye Valley. Our route took us through even narrower country lanes. At one point, down a one lane road we stumbled upon a large tractor and farm truck heading our way; with hedgerows on either side we reversed course till there was ...
... she didn’t come out)
but he wasn’t particularly interested in us so after a very expensive afternoon
tea we moved on to find somewhere to spend the night. We noted that James drives a Maserati so that
may explain our $52 afternoon tea!!
We find a lovely sounding spot in the Brit Stop book called the
Cothi Bridge Pub and it lived up to its billing. Overlooking a lovely river which apparently has
trout in ...