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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Crescent Swansea
Half circle of houses, great view and space
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Tenby is a very popular seaside town that has the nickname "Welsh Riviera" it is very popular with families and many have been coming here for many years booking the same rooms in the same hotels on the same dates. It still has the feel of a Victorian era resort, with the narrow windy streets and ...
... campion. At Lynton we watched the cliff vertical railway descend and when we went to Lynmouth we saw it arrive at the bottom. Lynmouth suffered dreadful floods in 1952 which wiped out the town. Today there was a vintage car rally with many beautiful examples of MG, Singer, Jaguar, Bugatti etc. We continued on to Exmoor, again very narrow roads with passing places and ...
... hill but we went on to the village, this pretty little village has many attractions. There is a yarn market, the castle, a dovecote and a tithe barn which is now the village community centre. We spent some time exploring this village and walked down to the Galoxy bridge which turned out to be a lovely curved packhorse bridge. We called in to the local church ...
... too. I have climbed so many hills grrrrr.
The weather has been extremely kind to us around 20° every day. Today they forecast heavy rain, but so far we have only had spits of rain, and its 21° again.
We leave here tomorrow for another resort in Berrier near Penrith, Cumbria area. We are hoping to leave early because it is a 6+ hr ...
... to Laugharne with us doing a scenic route. Had dinner at another pub in town. Ebony stayed the night with us.
Next day we all went to Tenby a portside town. It was wonderful and doing a thriving tourist business. Spent several hours there before taking Ebony back to Rye.
I didn't mention that the famous poet Dylan Thomas lived here. We will be looking at his Boat House sometime. There are photos and memorabilia every where, especially the pubs. Apparently he liked a ...