Yr Hendre Guest House
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That's what Ron read - and he was hooked. Back on the bus we got for the endless 20 miles (please tell me we won't do that again!) and then on another bus - only 30 more minutes. The saving grace was driving into the town of Beaumaris - it was like driving into a posh resort on the sea. A very long, tree-lined (on one side) boulevard right on the estuary. The water was rough and full-bodied; the yachts dotted all over the water; the ...
... the town, before heading further up the coast to explore more of the island.
Tonight's Britstop is a very nice hotel/inn, where we have parked under a tree to get out of the heat and enjoyed a couple of quiet drinks. The bar opened at 6.30, and the boys were in such a hurry to get there (i.e. they couldn't wait for Jo and me) that by the time we got there, they had ordered 2 pints of Strongbow, thinking it was ...
... 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 ...
... to Bangor. The ride to Manchester
went well as expected, played card games with Jacob and made it to the airport
hotel. Had fish n chips for my last dinner and we just hung out and watched
whatever was on the television. I sort of slept but was too nervous for the
next day to get a full nights rest. Next day went to the airport, paid a
ridiculous amount of money to get my luggage back (seriously highway robbery)
and said a very tearful goodbye to Jacob who also ...
... 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 ...