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Next day, down the west coast of Wales to Aberstwyth. We travelled via Penygroes, Porthmadog, Capel Uchaf, Pantglas, Bryncir, Garndolmaen, Pont Dolbenmaen, Cwym Desstraillan, Ysbyty Despairn, Penryhydeuraith, Maentwrog, Llan Ffestiniog, Trawnsfynnydd.
Welsh is the predominant language spoken in North Wales, but the locals ...
... is 182 miles long. We went back to the hotel for a nap before dinner. This is another manor house which has been in the family for multiple generations. Our room is large, with a fireplace, couch and large bathroom. Really nice and comfortable. This might be my favourite hotel so far. Dinner was delicious. Again the Welsh custom of starting in the bar with a drink. Your order is taken there and then you are escorted into the ...
... of Wales and the Irish coast.
Next, we drove to Beaumaris to visit their famous castle. Beaumaris is a coastal village with lots of atmosphere. Many tea shops and ice cream places. The castle was built in the late 1200's by Edward I when he fought and defeated the Prince of Wales. It was one of 12 castles he built to consolidate his power. The design incorporated a high circular wall inside the main outer wall. It was ...
... them mountains) of Wales. The brick houses are gradually being replaced by stone, there are fewer stone fences, at times the soil is red, the valleys are narrow, and as we press north there is purple heather blooming on the hills. We are all loving the beautiful scenery. As we drive closer and closer to the ocean I am feeling happier and happier inside, didn't even realize I was missing the ocean. I love Wales, the ...
Last time I was here in North Wales, I was 18, and determined not to “be a tourist” as I explored North Wales. As the train I was taking into the country passed by Llandudno, I chose not to get off at Conwy Castle because it was “far too touristy” for me. And then the train took me right by the castle and I saw it’s majestic prominence over the landscape, the turrets and walls, and I thought, “That was a bad idea. I think I would have liked ...