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Travel Blogs from Denbigh
... true exposure to Bangor. I was awake around 5
am from a ‘nap’ so decided to just go ahead and shower. It took me probably 30
minutes to figure out how to get hot water and I ended up settling for not
freezing cold water. The sinks here are interesting, there are two faucets for
hot and cold water, and I think it is expected to put the drain on and just
fill up the sink with the temperature you want. Something to get used to. ...
... 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 ...
... the sign - very different to the old photos from 31 years ago.
Back in Caernarfon we had to attend to the basics of laundry as we were running out of clothes, well clean ones anyway. The domestic goddesses, Cheryl & Julie took over the 4 machines & 3 dryers to manage the team getting through their loads. I took 3 trips back to the motel room to hang quick dry garments that ...
... where we boarded a steam train for a ride into Haverthwaite. Back on the bus and on to the M6 down to the ancient roman walled city of Chester. Had a stroll around here for an hour and half and couldn't resist a Pork Pie from a local bakery.
Accommodation and dinner at the Queens Hotel Chester. Tomorrow into Wales briefly then catch the ferry across to Ireland and two nights in ...
... buildings has changes to stone. The roads between the buildings are wider and there are actual footpaths. The Welsh dragon is everywhere. We had to pay 20p to pee, somewhat more than they did 31 years ago, day book says 2p to pee.
the countryside looks much more like home, obviously why we are called NSW.
Onto the Llechwedd slate caverns near Blaenau Ffestiniog and interesting tour firstly aboard a train and into a tunnel to 1 of the ...