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Travel Blogs from Llandudno
... to Bangor was a very close second
version of Hell. I got extremely carsick because the driver kept pumping the
breaks and the heat was on even though it wasn’t even that cold out. By the
time I got to the University I was surprised I was somehow still alive. I then
had to take a mini-van to my dorm where I was finally able to just drop
everything off and take a much needed nap. Of course that is what you shouldn't
do when you ...
... to climb all of the towers. We walked along the coast and dipped our feet into freezing cold Conwy Bay which is part of the Irish Sea. Afterwards, we had lunch at Anne's Tearoom which was the most amazing meal we've had thus far (tomato soup and cheesy garlic bread). Overall, it was a wonderful day! The weather was beautiful and it was only a one and a half hour coach ride from Edge Hill to ...
... t want to put through the dryers. Once all this was complete Cheryl & i did a walk around town, in the light drizzle getting some souvenirs, couple of gifts, and a bit damp, nothing like the wet we achieved in Singapore.
We are now sitting in the pub with free internet, sending update messages around the globe.
This is written by Daryl and his perspective, so a bit different to ...
Left our rabbit warren of a hotel with no lifts & lots of stairs & small rooms. We had to lug our bags up and then down flights of stairs and you could easily get lost in the maze of corridors. The room was small with barely room to open our our bags. Although small it was nice to not have to step into a bath to have a shower.
left Stratford and drove to Wales. Morning tea stop was at Llandudno?. A lovely little town where the architecture ...
... travelling together.
We were all very quiet to begin with but warmed up to each other as time went on. After a short toilet and coffee stop our first destination was Stratford-upon-Avon, the birth and death place of Shakespeare. Here I visited Shakespeare's grave and had a look in a couple tourist stores.
Next was Pontcysyllte aqueduct and Trevor basin. A really high man made canal built above a river. We then went ...