Cliff Hotel & Spa
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We eventually got to Dylan Thomas boat house today. Now I have to read some of his books and poetry. He is a big hero around here.
We have also visited national botanic gardens, which had a large West Australian part in the hot house. Not as many trees as Brisbane or Melbourne gardens, mainly flowers which were lovely.
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... room with fantastic views over the estuary of River Taf. It is very shallow and the tides change the scenery all the time. Little squirrels running around in the mornings are nice too.
We loaded up with the essentials at the local Spar shop, had tea at the local tavern. The historic town is gorgeous, narrow roads, old, old shops and houses. The whole place is like heritage listed. There is a castle here too, built 1351 that we're going to visit today.
On Sunday ...
Today we have been up early,cleaned up ,packed and we are now having a coffee,checking emails and planning the next journey. This trip will be about 450 kms and we are heading to Stansted Airport to leave the car and stay the night at the Airport Hilton. We leave tomorrow at about midday.We are flying to Seville. We are heading for Jerez and we will be there for two ...
... back to the village then drove the car down to Lower Town. We then headed off to Newport a little hamlet snuggled at the mouth of the River Nevern in Newport Bay.From here we set off for Cardigan which lies in the county of Ceredigion.The town itself is near the mouth of the Teifi River and is a small busy port.The town's medieval Cardigan Castle is emerging from decades of neglect and the local council purchased it and it was featured on the BBC ...
... right hand side, facing the direction you are driving, so for the first time in my life, that I can recall, I reverse parked on the opposite side of the road, ignoring the oncoming traffic. The next challenge was the payment of the parking (as I said yesterday, I still haven't been to an ATM since I left home). The fee for 2 hours was £3.70 and I had sufficient in coins for this, but the meter would not accept my coins until ...