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Travel Blogs from Pontfaen
... s Haven where the boat takes off but it’s all narrow coastal roads and takes an hour to get there. They open at 8:30 and its first come first serve so we leave at 7. We have also reserved a boat trip around the island for the evening to see the Manx Shearwater. We get on the first boat over at 10 am. The island is about 2 miles wide and 1 ½ long. About 20 researchers live there, most students from Oxford. There’s ...
... with the bones of both St. David and St. Justinian. Here also is the tomb of Edmund Tudor, father of King Henry VII.
Next door is the Bishop’s Palace ruins. The palace was built by Henry de Gower. It had almost 200 stone faces and sculptures in the walls. Many you can still see. Because of the pilgrimages this was a very wealthy Bishop although it is said he had less income than ...
... Norman fortress from 1190. The first wooden fortification was built by Arnulf de Montgomery. It enabled the Normans to hold firm against the Welsh who were rebelling against the Norman Invasion. Then Gerald de Windsor married a legendary Welsh Princess Nest 'the Helen of Wales’ and turned it into a Norman powerbase over the whole Southwest of Wales. Henry I established English ...
... store appeared at a roundabout so we detoured in the hope of showing the boys a hamster and a gerbil. We were successful......Syrian Hamsters, Chinese Hamsters, Russiian Hamsters, Robyosvki Hamsters, Gerbils and Degu's! Next stop off at Llanharan to surprise my Aunt Cynthia and Uncle Doug....so wonderful to see them, neither have changed in 12 yrs. A conservatory full of rabbits, and poor Pip the cat, who made a run for ...
... as a house. The new station sits beside the old station (now one very impressive house). Wandered around the wharf area, shops and eating areas with everyone else whose plans for the day had been wrecked by the wind. Had hot soup for lunch and wandered back to our lodgings. In five and a half weeks this is the first time the weather had stopped our plans so we have counted ourselves as being very lucky. The weather report for tomorrow is more favourable so we will try again and have ...
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed