Hotel Cymyran

Address: Llanfair yn Neubwll, Holyhead, Island of Anglesey, North Wales, Wales, LL65 3LD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Llanfair yn Neubwll, Holyhead, is near South Stack.
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    Scenes From What Could Be a Movie!

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... and back down again, for people who don't want to climb to the summit. It was a cute little train, but we were both quite happy that we did the whole climb! It was such a great experience- and it was my first mountain as well which made it all that much more impressive! Although let me tell you, we were quite tired that night when we got back!
    Don't forget to check out some of the beautiful pictures below- it was hard for me to just choose a couple but these are some of my favorites! ...

    A Tree-Hugging Surfer Girl!

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... and speed from a wave. Just that part was awesome! There are two ways that you can catch a wave. You can start out by laying on the board and paddling, and then once you feel the wave coming paddle 4 times really hard, and ride the wave out. I didn't like that way as well as the other option. The other one had to do with good timing, but once you could read the waves it was easy to pick up! You stand on one side of the board, and then when you see a wave coming, ...

    One of the Most Intricate Castles Ever.....

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... of this, there are some Welsh people who refuse to visit the castle because of the red mark it has left on the history of the area. In addition to the poor conditions that the Welsh people were living in, the Pennant family refused to hire anyone who was Welsh, because they did not want them to go back to the village and tell people rumors about the family. They also wanted to always know what the servants were saying, so by ...

    Heights, Oh How I Don't Like You

    A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Sep 30, 2014

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    On Monday, the 29th of September, I had my first day of class. I had a three hour lecture in the morning, and then an hour seminar later with another two hour class to follow. It was a good first day. I found all the classes I needed, and didn't get to lost on the first day. It's a lot different walking across town for my classes instead of down the hall.

    On Tuesday, we had our first Outdoor Pursuits class. We worked on ...

    Castles and Slate Mines!

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... town is known as the "slate capital of Wales" and also the "town that roofed the world." Most of the slate that was produced at the height of the industry came from this town. We went down into one of the slate mines, almost 1000 feet underground. There, we walked around to many of the chambers of the workers and were told through a story of the working conditions, and what life was like in the mines. We also saw that today, ...