Ty Derw Country House B&B
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... loved it, his Great Grandfather was a train engineer, so maybe he was along for the ride, as Terry said this was the highlight of the trip so far. We saw the coal burning, the water being put in, saw the steam puffing and enjoyed the clickity clack as it puffed its way slowly down the track. It was a fun time.
I will leave you now for Ken's accounting of the past few days.
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... ladies and kings stood, over 700 years ago! The stairs were worn down where thousands of feet had walked before, and the views from the turrets were incredible. I was like a little kid, so excited I nearly cried, and it was hard to go slowly through the castle as I wanted to run fast from place to place.
After the castle we took a walk through the town of Conwy, surrounded by the castle walls and still looking very much like a medieval village, but with ...
... of Wales all contributed to buy the Castle hotel for the University. Another little town called New Quay was so beautiful and we had not seen so many caravan and camping parks ever. There were thousands of cabins for rent in these parks. We then travelled down the bottom of Wales to Tenby, Swansea and then across to ...
... of an iron trough supported by 18 stone pillars (Completed in 1805!) crossing the River Dee Valley. The view is spectacular going over & since there is only a railed tow path on one side & just the lip of the trough on the other ... A bit scary!! People walking across ... A real spectacle. Right after the aqueduct, we had to make a hard left turn up the canal across the Vale of Llangollen to the town of Llangollen. There were spots ...
... and then walked back.
I was sad to leave this lovely site but the whole purpose for being in this area was to start walking the Welsh Coastal Footpath, so I needed to get to Porthmadog where I could pick up the path where I had left off last September. Since getting here I have walked about 25 miles on the coastal path and have mixed feelings about it as quite a lot has been beside busy main roads. Tomorrow I head for Abersoch which is ...