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Travel Blogs from Llangammarch Wells
... s getting late and it’s rainy and cold so we just drive through. Merthyr Tydfil is where Claudia Jones, my grandfather’s grandmother was born. It is named for the martyr (merthyr) Tydfil a young girl who was killed by the Picts and Saxons. A church was built on the site of her death. There wasn’t much there until the coal boom. It was known as one of the worst places to work. Only ...
Yesterday we found out from the hotel that there were some launderettes close by, and decided it was worth £10 to have it done while we drove to the garden and hiked. It looked like we found the shop a couple of blocks away that the hotel manager circled on the map, but when I asked the owner if he was "Tony" (that they had highly recommended), he gave me some other name...maybe Pete...I couldn't quite catch (Welsh accent and all). So when we came back, it was ...
... that we need to make U turns as soon as possible. Many of us will be familiar with this in a car sat nav where these manoeuvres are a minor irritation. On a bike it's considerably more worrying - especially if there are hills and extra mileage involved. Up till now we have had a back up of printed OS maps but in an area that neither of us know we are now solely reliant on the Garmin - not such a wise move. We ( well Judy) has jus discovered that if our plotted route is ...
Stayed here on the recommendation of my sister Dianne as I was always taught to respect your elders. Good suggestion though. Charming little village where the annual writers festival is held. We arrived just after the festival so it was still fairly heavily booked. Our b&b owner lived in Darwin and Adelaide for 20 years.
Caught up with my niece Samantha who lives in ...
... made for a fantastic night not to remember. :) The next morning we drove to the big pit mining museum and went 300ft underground into the mine. It was absolutely terrible in my opinion. My anxiety was through the roof because 1. I despise elevators and these were about as terrifying as they get, 2. I despise small spaces, and 3. I despise being cold. At least once we were done with that, we went to a national park and were able to do some exploring. The John ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet