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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... that night, because I'll be paying for my accommodation and every meal along the way. <b><i>5. Meeting new people</i></b> lets be honest, you are going to meet some amazing people, life long friends, influencers and family. contacts from all over the world. you could also use brute force to make your mates join you, like I have. <i><b>6. Live a ...
As an extremely inexperienced and most probably awful travel writer, with no clue as to how I should even begin a travel blog, I thought my first post should introduce who I am, what I do and why I'm writing a travel blog in the first place. So - my name is Holly Skyrme, I'm 18 years old, live in Wales in the UK, and really struggle to pack 'light'. I am taking a gap year before studying for a Geography Degree at The University of Leeds. My primary basis for writing a travel blog is ...
We stay the night in Tenby, a beautiful walled town on the south coast. What a lovely place. Because of the wall, the buildings inside are very close together with narrow streets and multi-colored buildings. Lots of bright pubs mixed with shops and homes; this is jewel compared to the many drab brown and grey towns and villages throughout the UK.
We pick the Tenby Hotel, smack bang in the middle of town. Just happens to be a rugby pub; with 11 TV screens throughout, and guess ...
... Autumn here and the rolling hills are covered with trees with various shades of brown, orange, yellow and green; intermixed with horse and heather in different colors.We reach Pembrokeshire which encompasses the South-West peninsular of Wales. Heading to Fishguard on the north coast, which is a major fishing town; and from where you can ferry to Ireland.
There is ...
... a creek mouth before Dinas Island, where there is a sea food restaurant. After a coffee we drove back to Newport & had lunch at our new favourite cafe. From there went down to Parrog which is a lovely seaside beach & river mouth.
We walked along the sea front past some fine houses, with a great view across the river mouth. It had been used to export slate & had a ship building yard at one stage but now is just a tourist centre. On our return we ...