Glyn Isa 17th Century Country House
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... mushy peas (literally mushy peas), or popadoms with mango chutney. LOL. Anyways, we spent some time watching rugby and having dinner at the Wellie on Saturday evening and then went to go see an Elvis impersonation at the Gladstone Theatre down in Port Sunlight (right next to Rob's office building). Although not a huge fan of Elvis, I really enjoyed the performance. The song selection and singing were both great, the band was on point and the crowd was rowdy for ...
... to declare!
... amazing view over the town. But it was really windy and cold.
The next day we went to a town and it had the smallest house in Britian.
It was really small. Someone actually lived in it, cool.
Then about a 7 min walk to Conwy castle.
It is a castle that is big because it is separated into a kings area and a common area with about 8 watch towers around the wall.
... there was an extremely cold wind blowing.
Nearby Conwy Castle was a very cool medieval castle to explore.
One of the best preserved castles in UK.
The kids loved climbing up the winding stairwells to each lookout tower.
More great views to be seen.
We also viewed in Conwy a very important tourist attraction - the smallest house in Britain. Very ...
... of them. It was also really windy.
We had a coloring page. You had to find all the squares that had a red dot in it. I guessed it
was a dragon. And I got it right.
That was my favorite thing to do in the castle. And climbing up the windy stairs. Zara and I sprinted ahead of Mum and Dad all the ...