Boar's Head Hotel

Address: 120 Lammas Street, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales, SA31 3AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 120 Lammas Street, Carmarthen, is near Carmarthen County Museum, Carmarthen Castle, Carmarthen Market, and Carmarthen Tourist Information Centre.
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How Much?

A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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... buying. Sat nav programmed and off we went. After a while we turned onto the A484. Another of those roads, twisty and turny with a tunnel of trees overhead and a river running alongside on the valley floor. Stunning. The only thing that distracted us was the sat nav telling us to turn left towards dog willy! Actually spelt Dolg Willi but oh how we laughed!!! Just through Aberaeron we came across a ...

Its not this way!

A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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... to find. "I think we past the sign, turn around. No that's not it reverse up. Still nothing go back the first way" all well and good until the roads are only marginally wider that Margy and the next turn off is 5 miles further on. Still this was the adventure we signed up for and eventually we arrived at Oxwich Bay. 6 to park the motorhome for a few hours, no overnight parking and the advertised camp site only took tents! Bugger! Back up ...

A Wales of a Time

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Sep 14, 2014

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... the hotel to grab some well earned sleep.

On Saturday Sharena and I explored more of central Swansea. After a nice morning stroll around Swansea's recently restored harbor neighborhood we grabbed a coffee at Swansea's tallest rooftop restaurant which boasted a stunning view of lush green welsh hills, beaches and of course the mighty sea. The beach was calling to us, so we took a stroll along it and dipped our toes in the frosty waters.

After ...

Six Months to Live

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Sep 11, 2014


... Months to Live. No prevarication. No idle thoughts (and yet there may still be much idling). No unfulfilled boasts, yet there may be some boasting - but I'll try to keep that to a minimum, promise. The point is this.

Life is short. Sometimes we never know how short. In the last year or so I have lost three good friends, fine people all, none of whom were given the time they deserved. Derek, aka Charlie Clean, a ...


A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Aug 21, 2014

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Thursday 21st - Thursday 28th August 2014 After a lovely breakfast in Bookham village with Uncle David, we made our way to Wales. We made a detour and traveled North just after we had crossed the old Severn Bridge, and went to Alvington and Lydney in Gloustershire to visit the places where my father's family were born and died. Lyndsey Harbour was once a very busy port transporting coal and then timber from the Forest of Dean. In Swansea we caught up with ...