Dolawel Guest House
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... humans, and normally this holds true but on this occasion it didn't work. I climbed the stile into the field with Treacle off the lead, and took a couple of steps forward when the bull suddenly put his head down and charged towards me. It was quite clear that he meant business so I grabbed the poor dog and threw her over the fence and scrambled over the stile in an undignified manner, landing safely - just in time. The bull was not happy and I ...
... such as camp circles and caves. As well, it was the site of Bronze Age copper mining, dating back 4000 years; which is the same age as Stonehenge". We also visited an old church named for Saint Tudno. The headland is limestone and there are places with limestone pavement much like we saw in the Chamonix area in France. Bracken, gorse and heather was everywhere, as well as wild goats grazing. The weather was very changeable with wind and rain at several points. We walked all ...
13. 9 McNuggets! What?!
14. Most stores, in the towns, close by 6 or 7 pm!
15. No ceiling fans- anywhere!
16. Penny Presses are still called Penny Presses but take Pence!
17. Cameras are EVERYWHERE. I was told that England is the "most watched" country in the world.
The other thing I've come to realize is that we Americans (in general) are pampered-to some extent- by our lifestyles. We have convenience, ...
Drove up to Aunty Ve's House in North Wales with Ems Dads and Jan. Had a nice pub lunch in The Ship Inn, Llanbedrog. The Weather was grey and wet.
Thursday The next day was much better so we had a lovely walk up over the top of the hill then down to the beach. Had a lovely lunch before driving back to ...
... rocks with frequent gusts of wind that made you stagger. At one point, a gust knocked Val down and another one turned her 360 degrees around. It was very exposed with really no shelter or anywhere to stop. As we neared the top, the wind picked up so that along the final ridge it was about 100 km per hour (near as I can figure) with driving rain. The rain was horizontal and stung when it hit your face. It was like small stones hitting you.You had to ...