Travelodge Bangor Wales
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... r” in the last part.
Back to Conwy, where the biggest landmark is a castle with its massive fortifications. It was built by Edward I, during his conquest of Wales, between 1283 and 1289. A wall surrounds the city, which is small and opens to the sea.
We walked around a bit, and even paid £1 so I could enter what was advertised as “the smallest home in Great Britain.”
It was actually ...
... in the bathroom tells me we have chosen well.
I'm no stranger to Betws-y-coed having visited many times as a child but its never stops being magical. This is especially true at night when the day trippers leave. As we walked into town through the forest, the darkness of the night sky enveloped us, untamed by the modern scourge of streetlights the stars glistened. A cosy night in the pub, listening to the band and drinking pints of Snowdonia ...
So today was the last day and the time to fly home. A nice late(ish) start to the day began with our (rough) ride to JFK to check on for our flight home only to find that it had been delayed for an hour and a half! After sorting out the connecting flight we headed through to the gate to wait... On board the plane Lufthansa were clearly trying to make up for the delay by feeding us with alcohol, Matt managed to grab three beers as well as ...
... which was built on the site of a Roman fort.
We then drove out to Bodnant Garden which is a National Trust 80 acre property of garden! Amazing gardens which are split into two parts, the terraced gardens and the informal lawns and we spent at least 2-3 hours there just walking around and the sun came out for a short time! They have 24 fulltime gardeners and 40 volunteers.
Another great day!
... Promenade about 50mts wide. We drove on to see Conwy castle but it was getting on so only took photos from outside. 17th August. Aberystwyth is a seaside town it has lots of coloured homes along the promenade. The beach is not much to talk about, although they do have lifeguards and red and yellow flags to swim between. Water temperature on the day we were there 16degs. We did get to see a beautiful sunset at Aberystwyth. Leaving Aberystwyth ...