Travel Blogs from Moelfre
... on the beach. After a good nights sleep, and another full breakfast we strolled the one short block to the beach. It was a very long semi circle of stones bordering the Irish Sea, I me tend that this is the resort spot for Wales and you can see this here as the beach front was made up of guest houses, hotels and B&Bs. Strolled back to accomodation and left for our next stop which was at Friars Carse in Auldgirth near Dumfries in ...
... that a couple of people were prepared to claim that the £1 bus fare was the best value for money they'd had for some time!
Sunday morning was bright, but with plenty of showers around. After driving to Croesor, we walked (pretty slowly!) up the west ridge of Moelwyn Mawr, getting into the cloud near the top. As there looked to be a chance of the clag clearing, we had lunch just beyond the summit, in a sheltered spot. No clearance, but some ...
... It was very fast driving on the A55, through the Conway Tunnel because we by passed all the little towns. We crossed to Anglesey over the 'new' bridge and took the road to Beaumaris. It hasn't changed too much over the years although there are a few more houses along the way. When we entered Beaumaris we saw the marina at the beginning of town, and headed past to ...
However, I guess that is has its positive side. After all, it would be dead easy to buy birthday and Christmas presents for him. Basically anything with a car on would be just perfect.
Lunch at Harry's!
We started off in convoy, but within minutes, we had lost all of them except one.
"Don't lose them!" I knew that Jeremy and Annabel knew where they were going, having spent several holidays in Anglesey. He sped off and we followed, ...
... spot and improve upon it rather than ruin it by developing it.
It is interesting, but just bizarre... and now in need of lick or two of paint.
There are more statues and follies than one can take in; great views out over the Traeth Bach Estuary and houses painted in patchwork pastels.
From there we headed to Porthmadog where we crossed a couple of the steam trains bound for Ffestiniog. This whole area ...
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