Hafod Elwy Hall
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The day started well, up bright and early and ready for our cooked breakfast, which was included in our £50 tariff, before heading off. There was only one small problem. I had set the alarm on my phone but hadn't realised that it was still set on Paris time. I.e. We were an hour earlier than planned. (It is obviously the wife's responsibility to check these things). Anyway, after a nice breakfast, we headed off to do some of ...
... is £50 including breakfast. We arrived here at 6.30pm and I went up to check our room whilst Annie remained in the car with the luggage. (When she didn't bring it up I had to go down and get it. You can't get good help). Anyway the room was huge and very comfortable. I told Annie that the room was a bit pokey and she was very pleasantly surprised when she eventually saw it. After settling in we went food hunting. It was a bit cold walking around the streets and we settled ...
... busier city than I had expected, which stressed me out. Overall, I think it was a wonderful place to visit and I loved having a tour guide that could show us the touristy things as well as the hidden gems.
During the first week back to at school, the weather was amazing! So naturally, we figured out a way to get on the roof of John Milton to tan and work on schoolwork. One afternoon, Peter, Emma, Jack, Ben, Kirstie, ...
... end of our intended walk: the East Gate was under repair, and the wall was unwalkable for 200m either side of it, so that was as far as we felt like going. So we went down into the town from there, and walked a couple of streets to get to a museum-like place, which had a display of a Roman galley and street, under which was a partial excavation of the archeological site under the building, made into a display in its own right. It showed the different levels of civilisation, from ...
... my dorm is a central point to the
school and the various shops but there are still a decent amount of hills I
need to conquer to get anywhere. We walked up one hill today that was referred to by the guide as "***** Hill" since the Welsh name is almost impossible to say. I can testify that the name is 100% accurate.
Next week will be non-stop but I look forward to everything Bangor has to offer and the
adventures I am sure to have.