Tudor Lodge

Penamser Road, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL49 9NY, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Porthmadog

Fun in the Sun...Rain...Sun

A travel blog entry by ill-made-blog

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... our friend who is allergic.

After the test and a medieval conference meeting Emily, Jacob, and I went to a restaurant in town and sat outside in the beer garden since it was such a beautiful day and snacked. Later in the day we also went on a crazy shopping trip and Emily and I got new dresses to go out in. The summer ball was the next day and we all decided not to go to it and opted to instead treat ourselves just for a night out in ...

Bookstore

A travel blog entry by saraann

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Today was rainy. While it's never awesome to have storms while camping, afterwards it seemed as if I was seeing Wales the way it's meant to be seen. The storm woke me up around 7 am, with pounding rain, bright lightning, and long, loud thunder. Being in a tent was not ideal, but at least I wasn't walking in it ;) After it stopped, I went to go find a bookstore and a cafe. Rather than make the long walk into Bangor, I ...

Caernarfon

A travel blog entry by saraann

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Today I went to Caernarfon, getting up around 8:30 and leaving just before 10. It was a 30 minute bus ride, and - fun fact - Caernarfon is pronounced con-are-van. Or something. I got there, found Castle Square, and spotted a cafe with free wifi and outlets (Spinelli). It was kinda like a diner, more functional than cute, but I was able to catch mom before work. I also had a breakfast plate, which seems to only ever consist of baked beans, a fried egg, bacon ...

University

A travel blog entry by saraann

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... towns in Anglesey. We then went to a cafe inside ASDA (grocery store) to use wifi and charge our phones. Apparently Bangor doesn't have any cute coffee shops, at least according to some students we asked. We then bought train tickets to London for Sunday morning and walked the 40 min walk back to our campsite to lay in the sun, read, talk, and make ...

Bridge

A travel blog entry by saraann

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... side of the road to another, forcing us to jaywalk. We eventually made it to Menai Bridge, which was apparently the first-ever suspension bridge in the world. It was surprisingly short, and we're now in mainland Wales! We found the campsite by 1 pm, made lunch, laid in the sun, walked to town, bought groceries, and are now cramped in the tent (it's raining) looking for something to do. Hopefully I can hit up a bookstore ...

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This B&B, located on Penamser Road, Porthmadog, is near Welsh Highland Railway, Welsh Highland Railway, Ffestiniog Railway, and Harlech Castle.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding