Y Garth B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... s nothing better than ambition and adventure, so even if you don't fancy leaving your family, just try it? you never know, you might 'find yourself' or something. just don't be boring. this is only one girl's opinion of course. but if you want my advice, if you get the chance, don't miss it. <b><i>'the world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page' - St Augustine</i></b> ...
As an extremely inexperienced and most probably awful travel writer, with no clue as to how I should even begin a travel blog, I thought my first post should introduce who I am, what I do and why I'm writing a travel blog in the first place. So - my name is Holly Skyrme, I'm 18 years old, live in Wales in the UK, and really struggle to pack 'light'. I am taking a gap year before studying for a Geography Degree at The University of Leeds. My primary basis for writing a travel blog is ...
We stay the night in Tenby, a beautiful walled town on the south coast. What a lovely place. Because of the wall, the buildings inside are very close together with narrow streets and multi-colored buildings. Lots of bright pubs mixed with shops and homes; this is jewel compared to the many drab brown and grey towns and villages throughout the UK.
We pick the Tenby Hotel, smack bang in the middle of town. Just happens to be a rugby pub; with 11 TV screens throughout, and guess ...
Taking a trip up to Abergavenny, hoping the weather is fine.An early start out through Herefordshire, we crossed the Welsh border at Monmouth.Once we reached Abergavenny the Welsh grey stone walls and buildings were predominant as well as the grey slate roofing.
We travelled onto Llannfenhart, Glangrwyney, Llangattok, Bwlch, Aberonndu, Scethrog, Llandovery. It ...
... castle sitting at the end of a rocky ridge & it has played a serious role in British history. By chance we had a guided tour with Isla, a lovely enthusiastic guide telling us of its history. As we were the only takers so it was a very exclusive presentation which lasted for about 2 hours.
Making our way down back to the car we returned via Tenby, which proved to be another gem.
Tenby is a small walled port city with islands off the coast. The roads wind ...