Glan Aber Hotel
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... and then walked back.
I was sad to leave this lovely site but the whole purpose for being in this area was to start walking the Welsh Coastal Footpath, so I needed to get to Porthmadog where I could pick up the path where I had left off last September. Since getting here I have walked about 25 miles on the coastal path and have mixed feelings about it as quite a lot has been beside busy main roads. Tomorrow I head for Abersoch which is ...
... of fish with chips and Val and Laura split a burger with a Caesar salad. I had a Welsh Pride bitter, which was pretty good. We got home around 10:30 pm. Gwyn and Pat have a second home just east of Conwy that she inherited from her brother. Their other home is on the south coast near Cardiff. It is just coincidence that they were in this area while we were passing through. They climbed Snowdon today, but it was much better weather than when we did it yesterday. Tomorrow we're off to ...
... land, wide roads, large houses, large cars, and a wide variety of ways to spend our money. We want it now and we want it all- and to some extent we get it. In many ways, we are like spoiled children. I see that in myself (if/when I don't get an email or phone call back right away) and I see that in my sons (when the internet they are used to isn't there or the food is a little different (ok, that's me also but I have been adapting).
... come out and we could actually see something of a view. When we got to Llanberis, we had five minutes to get the Sherpa bus back to Betwys y Coed, and then a bus back to Llandudno. Everything was soaking wet, so we've got clothes hanging all over our room trying to dry them out. Our jackets worked really well today. Thank you Mr Goretex. We went for a nice pizza dinner tonight, walked around town a little and are now back at our room watching tv with ...
... for that leg, although there was hardly anywhere to put bags. We transferred at Chester and at that point, had no seats for the rest of the trip to Llandudno, even though they were reserved. British Rail used to be very well organized, but everything was privatized years ago and now the trains are overly crowded and unsafe, with bags in the aisles and people pushing and shoving to get on and off. Everyone here takes it in stride though. Llandudno is a ...
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