Brynafon Country House Hotel
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... was intense! But I'm alive! Only stacked it once on an easy bit, but that was after I managed to not stack it on a really intense part, of which I lost control on and went flying past my uncle, He was amazed that I managed to stop hahah
Going to be sore tomorrow and my ass hurts like hell but now that I'm showered and relaxing I'm very glad my uncle got me to do it ☺️ ...
... than when I started it!
London next for a nice visit with the family and the weather was kind enough to allow us to sit in the garden. Even better was an unexpected visit from my 'American' cousins who I always like to see. Treacle seemed less ill perhaps bucked up by the many squirrels in the garden and the local park.
After London I did a quick dash down to Seaford to take Treacle to the vets, I booked myself an overnight stay on ...
... difficult for mortals to build. The agreement stipulated that the Devil would build the bridge in return for the soul of the first living thing to cross the bridge. The Devil built the bridge but was tricked by an old woman who threw bread onto the bridge. Her dog crossed the bridge for the bread, thus becoming the first life to cross the new bridge.
Tonight we stayed in an Edwardian Country house that is set on 18 acres. This house burnt down in 1911 and has been rebuilt to its previous stature. The setting of this hotel was amazing and it was easy to feel how the more well to do lived in that time. here are some photos of the grounds and ...
... the outside (its where the Prince of Wales gets crowned on the lawn inside) but we like the smaller size of Conwy and its walls which we are yet to walk around a bit better.
Further on from Caernarfon to Betws-y-Coed you travel about 40 minutes through very scenic scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. We passed through valleys formed by glaciers with high stoney hills on either side, across dryer tablelands with tussock ...