The Swan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and beckoning. We both agree they were the best gardens we have seen since arriving in Great Britain.
The castle was that curious mixture of defense and grandeur often found in a castle owned by one family for many generations (18, in this case). The castle belongs to the family line of the Dukes of Norfolk. The 18th Duke now possesses it. His is ...
With the rain tipping down much heavier that it ever did in Ireland, and more persistent, we landed in Wales in the early hours of the morning.
Because it was so very wet I was once more confined to the car as my humans went off to visit an old gold mine that is no longer a working mine but saw a great deal of activity in Roman times and it's recently been decided by archaeologists that much earlier peoples worked it too. The Romans used an ...
... with the research centre at Mon Repos, just 3 k’s down the coast at the Mon Repos Nature Conservation Park.
There were a few very high tides but only one weekend when this was combined with strong winds that caused major erosion on the beach. That was back at the end of January and did entail a mad scrabble to re-locate several nests that became exposed with the wild seas. Several metres of our small beach were eroded away. Perhaps ...
... rain had not materialized fortunately as everything, including me was sitting out in the long grass and weeds awaiting re-loading. As evening and darkness came on the mosquitoes came out in force and hungry beggars they were too, and very nearly the size of grasshoppers according to L. She isn’t nearly as found of them as they appear to be of her.
It was while L was sitting on a box amongst the possessions and long grass that she decided that ...
Today we headed off to England to stay with my dad's cousin Pat. It's been seventeen years, since I've seen them. We first have a vey long train journey ahead of us, which took pretty much all day. Brian came and picked us up from the train ...