Buckley Arms Hotel
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... Also of note we crossed the oldest road in Wales, the Kerry Ridgeway today. One of our climbs today was almost to the summit of Llanfair Hill, 432 metres the highest part of Offa's Dyke, it was not however all downhill from that point. Weariness and aching legs took over and we were not able to fulfil the 3/4 rule today stopping for lunch after just 10 miles. Jo had another sleep in the sun and Nick counted the remaining contour lines to be crossed. Having a ...
... is a 12th century castle and a picturesque harbour. Pendine is noted for its golden sands and Malcolm Campbell made land speed record attempts at this beach. The tide was in or else the record was over a short distance. Amy Johnson took off from here in 1933 for her trans Atlantic flight. We had a look at Saundersfoot from a Harbourside car park. As we were driving along today we saw lots of caravan and camping grounds. More than we can previously remember. The roads in ...
... that you have to be in to begin to understand. It seems to almost wrap itself around you, quiet and deep. Lovely evening and then in the morning for a drive and walk to an old fort near the Wales/England border and then around the grounds of Powis castle. It is late spring here and my overwhelming impression is of the bright green new leaves and the black trunks of the trees. Then we drove down ...
It is a cute little town with really nice fruit! Didn't really do much cause there wasn't much to do! Just walked around and then went out for a nice dinner! Had a really good talk with Jaymi sitting in front of the river! It was cute! It was a nice easy ...
... See" place for this trip, because Powis was my grandmother's maiden name. I don't know anything about that side of the family's geographical origins - they came to NZ in the 1840's - but ever since I learned there was a Powis Castle, I've wanted to see it. From pictures, I've always thought it was a red-brick Victorian copy of a real castle, but no, it has a real history and everything! The first castle was built in the 13th century, and most of it now ...