Plas Darien Self-Catering Apartments
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... spoken everywhere. Young people seem to switch between the languages seamlessly as they chatter. The Welsh written language looks very different from English - and the pronunciations do not beginning to match the spellings using traditional English rules. So far, there has been great tolerances in stores, at the "I", from bus drivers and wait staff, for our poor tries at pronouncing place names and unknown food items.
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... military stronghold, a seat of government and a royal palace, and the last link in his 'Iron Ring'. It was also the place where Charles was invested as Prince of Wales in 1969.
After lunch we crossed the Britannia Bridge onto the Isle of Anglesey, and drove around some of its 120+ miles of glorious craggy coastline. The landscape here is a bit flatter than the rugged hills of Snowdonia, and the rolling hills are home ...
... a very relaxing day we headed for Bangor and after a wander through the town centre we headed for our Brit Stop for the night which was is a lovely hotel on the outskirts of Bangor called the Abbeyfield Hotel. We are parked beside a Rowan tree I think it is and as it is still about 24 degrees so we are going to sit under it to eat our ...
... the restaurant
to open at six after walking in and being kicked out. When we went back we were more hesitant and unsure if they
were even open. But we got our food, I had nachos and a chimichanga and Jacob
got a burrito. The food was a bit expensive because it was ‘authentic’ although
we knew the truth. At the end of the day though it was delicious and well worth
The fourth of July here was interesting. For lunch I went to
get a ...
... the slate sticking out at right angles. It gives me a hand hold and I don’t look down! Trails just seem to go straight up – no switchbacks! We joined the Pyg Track and continued to climb steeply to the Llamberis Path which follows the railroad. Now we are just ½ mile from the top. It’s a very pointed mountain so there’s nowhere to go but up. I feel like I’ve just climbed 2 ½ miles of steep ...