Bryn-y-Ddafad Country Guest House
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... still well worth the time to visit. It took my money conscious side of my brain not to buy something for the very large shop (it's bigger on the inside). Now I must admit I only chose a few photos from the well over 100 I took from the experience so I don't bore non-who fans. But yeah, I have over 100 if you are a fan and would like to see them!!! Hopefully tomorrow I can provide more variety of photo. ...
... so it means I need to type offline, then Post this. Otherwise I would have to sit in the bar and type and that could get messy. I already had a pint just so I could ask the girl about the free wifi and how to print my Doctor Who e-ticket (cost me 10p). Apologies for such a long post. Suffice to say I am refreshed, revitalized, renewed and reinvigorated today :) Hooray! (Oh did I mention Regenerated!!!) Doctor Who Experience and Cardiff Bay ...
... to tell you to go. We pass SS Great Britain twice before we finally get spat out of the city centre. But it's worth it because The Battleaxes in Wraxall, North Somerset is a bit of a find. Half gastropub, half B&B it's heaving at 8pm and it's hard getting parked and it's another hour before we're settled in and they have space to serve us. Still, I think we've done well considering we only a few hours ago we didn't even know if this trip was going to come off. ...
Today we left Marston Magna to drive into Wales. On the way we incidentally passed the Mulberry factory at Shepton Mallet, which I was excited about. For those that don't know Mulberry is a British fashion house, who make beautiful leather accessories of which I own a bag and wallet. Unfortunately it was to early to go in and visit. After crossing the Severn Bridge we arrived in Wales! We drove into the Wye valley to see Tintern Abbey. The ...
... people – but pretty place! Other than venturing out for a few little walks, attending the local Presbytarian church with possibly the cutest and most friendly old people I’ve ever met, Caernarfon was a 'stop, revive and survive’ for me. And I did – survive. I made it out alive.
Next stop – Edinburgh. Home of haggis. Should you not hear from me ever again, I’ve probably suffered death by haggis. Meh. You only live once. Bring in on baby!