Travel Blogs from Aberystwyth
... b has a sumptuous room complete with bunk beds for the boys and even toys which the boys immediately begin to immerse themselves in. Our bathroom has a bathtub which I may have to immerse myself in, our pink tub usually filled with toys at home is not very relaxing. We have dinner at The Victoria Inn on their terrace overlooking the beach on the beach and we're in time to see the sunset, which we have never seen from the Atlantic Ocean, or sea which is what ...
... day trip to Wales. On our first day, we went to Cardiff and visited both the Welsh National Assembly and The Dr. Who Experience. I have never actually seen Dr. Who but watching some of the others' excitement absolutely made my day. After that we checked into a super cute little bed and breakfast in Brecon and then went to dinner as a group. My drinking partner in crime and I successfully split three pitchers of cosmopolitans/daiquiris between the two of us so that ...
... Laws had amused everybody in his set by bringing a dozen or so blokes on stage (yes, I was one) and instigating a spooning war so Matt asked us all to come back, removed his t-shirt and then launched himself into the air. We caught him and transported him across the path, over the fence and into the field. Hopefully it made his day.
Last year, Isy Suttie and Gavin Osborne performed Mach Attack. We didn’t go because we’d already booked something for the ...
... know the roads rather well and can go quite quickly) and we bustled in to Y Plas with about two minutes to spare. I'm not going to say too much about Brian Gittins because to do so might spoil it for people who haven't seen it and are considering going. Needless to say, his was the most unsettling performance of the weekend for us and boundaries are at least nudged from time to time. We'd seen the show before but no two shows will ever be the same and it felt fresh and original. ...
... bleeping and buzzing as various text messages arrived. Julie had just managed to catch the early train and had got there a short while earlier. Dawn was meeting a friend and so I showed her to the Owain Glyndwr Centre where has was easy to find – he was a festival volunteer who I recognised from 2012 - then we unloaded her bags so they could go and set their tent up and I went off to find Julie. Ten minutes later we were back in the car and not long ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility