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- Continental Breakfast
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We had breakfast in our room (self catering) and headed off at 8.10am. We drove to Bodnant Gardens arriving there just before 9. The car park was empty, then we realised why. The gardens didn't open until 10. It was a beautiful day so we headed down the road to a place we had visited before but couldn't quite remember. It's called Betws-y-Coed (we always pronounce it Betsy Coed). We looked around then drove back to the ...
Nothing much to report about the journey home except that in San Francisco, we had aboutb3 hours to kill, so Carol had a soup and I had a beer. I declined a litre of a local beer that was 8.5 percent proof and opted for another. It tasted very strongly of cloves and cinnamon and came decorated with an orange slice! We are now into Tuesday am and our body clocks are still trying to keep Hawaiian ...
... his son was born and died. For those who have been reading the blog you will know that we have been following the history of Richard III since we arrived in the UK and our visit here will complete our journey of significant locations tied to him.
The castle was built in 1190 and not long after, came into the hands of the Neville family with the best known Neville being Richard Neville the “Kingmaker” the ...
Today's breakfast story. The only thing I was offered this morning was a bowl of muesli from my brother's mother. No bacon, no eggs, no marmalade in a little dish with a spoon. Plan for today was to walk to tube station, catch train, walk to paddington station car park and collect hire car then drive out of London and up the M1 to Yorkshire. All went well until we reached the Paddington car park, turns out the pickup spot I had carefully selected on the internet wasn't ...
... Paul drove the scenic way (but then, they are ALL the scenic routes up here!). We passed Barden Tower, which is a ruined 15th century hunting lodge of some local big shot. We've explored here before, so didn't stop. We crossed over the Barden Moor and through some pretty little villages. Saw a few brightly colored pheasants sitting on the stone walls, and even a peacock! The roads were ...