Bishopsgate House Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to Conwy on the Northern coast of Wales. It was a lovely fishing village within a walled town attached to one of the best preserved castles in the U.K. We stayed at another great B&B and had a wonderful time crawling all over Conwy Castle and walking the walls on our first day. We also got tour an ancient merchants house and took a wonderful walk up the coast to the beach! It was definitely not swim suit season! Peter bought some Welsh Scotch (which he says is ...
... as the current battles underneath the surface. In every season this
place is beautiful but it is hauntingly so when the rain has driven everyone
else into hiding leaving only a few left to enjoy its solitude. The quiet of
the pier has a way of recharging you when life gets too stressful. It’s a landmark of North Wales that one cannot
miss out on when visiting.
Travelling is all about curiosity in my opinion. We want to see and do as many things as possible because its new and exciting. Students especially, we spend years in school desperate to get away from home, as far away as possible.
I was no exception. I moved from a small Irish town to Wales to go to university. A first Bangor was amazing. So many new people, new experiences, new sites. But I underestimated the ...
... of the largest underground caverns, a mountain biking centre and a group of ziplines through the quarry, but I was there for the underground tour of the old mines.
The Llechwedd quarry opened in 1846 and is still an active quarry today. The mountains surrounding the quarry are largely made up of unused slate - during the Victorian era they had about a 90% wastage from the mining. (I.e. for every 200 tons of slate mined, only 20 was actually usable.) With ...
... 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.