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... sign is very high so no personal photos just the name, still I was glad we went. Arrived at our accommodation at about 5.30 pm in the dark, 4pm and its dark now in this part of the world. Our rooms were on the third floor, always a challenge for me but made it ok. Drove into the city, two blocks away and had Chinese for tea, the Xmas lights and the Victorian houses looked beautiful even in the dark. Looking forward to daylight and ...
... Spectres as the mist swirled around and the sun tried to break through it. Even Graham saw one in the end! The descent was north-eastwards into the remains of Rhosydd Quarry, where there are the ruins not only of the quarry buildings, but also of the workers' cottages. The quarry wasn't abandoned until the 1930s and must have been a desperate place to work in. We finished by going back down the valley below Moelwyn Mawr to Croesor - a fine end to an enjoyable ...
... Street. We went to the green, but it has been made into a car park for all day parking, so we didn't stop there because we only planned to stay a short while. We found a spot by the little beach, right opposite Raglan Street where we lived when we first moved there after the war. Glandwr was pretty much as I remembered it and was in quite good condition. We drove to Llanddona ...
There you have it.
When we discovered that a lunch had been planned at this rather special venue, we decided that we would stay the night there too, so that we could really relax and enjoy the experience to the full.
An all round good idea.
Lunch preceded ...
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