Campanile Hotel Cardiff

Caxton Place, Cardiff, Southern Wales, Wales, CF2 7HA, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Pontprennau - Old St. Mellons area of Cardiff, is near Roath Park, Parc Cefn Onn, Welsh National Opera, and Cardiff Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Cardiff

    Day 46 London

    A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... We headed from here to a nice park and towards West Minster Abbey cathedral. Imogen made some squirrel friends along the way. We decided not to go into the cathedral because it was so expensive so we headed over the bridge and towards the London eye Ferris wheel. Took some photos of it and said we would come back later to go on it. Never happened haha. We decided to catch the tube to London ...

    Day 44 Marshfield

    A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Oct 06, 2014

    We got up reasonably early to go and visit Imogen's Nan in hospital, she had a broken ankle. It was also her Grandgrads 80th birthday so we had a nice lunch in Hereford at a pub. Nice chilled day and nice to meet Imogen's grandparents. We stayed at Imogen's parents place and watched a movie. Pretty quiet day but nice all the ...

    Day 43 Newport

    A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Oct 06, 2014

    Today was just getting on a plane and back to Newport. Too easy. Imogen's best friend Jess was having a few drinks for her 21st so we headed into Cardiff for that. I felt a little awkward at first at her friends but they were really friendly and great value. Especially Ben and Lydia, bloody funny buggers. We headed to a club and I downed a few drinks as fast as possible to get a little bit tipsy. This was a ...

    The Cardiff Experience!

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... the grounds, we were able to walk through a bunker that they used during WWII. Inside, we saw an older man who was standing by the bunk beds that were placed there. We learned that when he was four years old and his brother was two years old, they shared a bed on the bunk he was leaning against. He said they hid out in this bunker, and told us how packed the bunker was, as well as other stories. His brother was killed just outside the bunker, and so he said that he ...

    Wales Vs Argentina Rugby Union Match

    A travel blog entry by goatgoingsolo on Nov 16, 2013

    ... surround sound, as the stadium is enclosed.

    The Welsh mascot is a GOAT. Apparently it started being a mascot back in World War 1, a goat was wondering around the battle field and for some reason thought the Welsh looked tastier so went to their side. Since that day, every time a goat is presented at wars the Welsh would win. So now, a goat is always the mascot. And now, it represents games too.

    I was so jealous of some of the kids head ...