Bishopsgate House Hotel & Restaurant
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was close by we didn't want to risk having to find it in the dark so we drove out to Penisa'r Waun where our Airbnb host was located. It was a small town but we didn't need anything for our stay so it was fine. We stayed in a traditional Welsh Stone cottage with our host, Luke. It was cosy and pretty neat. The original structure was about 200 years old and Luke has been constantly making renovations to its upkeep. We stayed in that evening and hung out with Luke ...
... they run around the field after balls with brooms between their legs! Bangor is the second best in the whole UK/Wales in this sport. Unfortunately, we will not have any lectures in the main building, but we will use the Harry Potter library as much as possible just to get the feeling. It is also very quiet there, the perfect place to study for the exams.
We arrived in Llandudno after a 4 hour trip. I was sick from the day before so I felt sick
in the car.
The first day we drove our car to a mountain that you pay $4.00 in AUS money.
We drove around and there was tonnes of things up there. There was about 4
restaurant's, mini golf known as putt putt, a play ground, a cable car, tram and snow skiing in snowy winter.
We arrived in Llandudno. It was a 4 hour trip.
Then apartment is nice and the beds are so soft.
We went to the Grand Orme. It is a bit of land pointing out.
We drove all around it.
There is a grave yard, playground and putt putt.
On it we also saw 2 goats. Riley ...
... they turned up in their van, two vans came, which was simply silly. We then took a drive around the Great Orme, which is very pretty; great rocks, and lovely grass. There was a mining village, an isolated house, a cemetery and small church and and farm as well as a group of goats in the most peculiar of places. There was a great view all down the coast, as well as public pathways littering the mountain side.