Lansdowne Hotel and Restaurant

Address: 39 The Watton, Brecon, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom | Hotel
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      Cardiff Day 2 (or Day of the Doctor)

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Oct 30, 2014

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      ... I'd actually bought a deluxe ticket which had a tour of the genuine TARDIS set used for filming up the road at BBC Wales (Cymru). Awesome! Well what can be said. The set tour was insanely good for me as a fan. Was surprised that it's very wooden, as it sounds metal on the show (floors, walls etc). Magic of TV! Very special feeling to stand where the Doctor has stood. (Okay I know they are ...

      Cardiff and regeneration

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... very brief overview of the the history of Cardiff. Nice to see and gave me a little background to the place. - The Cardiff Castle - YOU MUST GO! If you are ever in Cardiff, this is a brilliant place to see. Very, very old (forgot how old) and full of history. The guided tour of the house is worth the extra £3 as you see some amazingly ornate rooms designed by one of the richest Scottish men in Victorian Britain. And this was their 'Summer ...


      A travel blog entry by kyliep on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... it might have looked like. For here we drove through the beautiful Wye valley to Raglan Castle, our first of many castle on this trip. Raglan castle was built in 1430 and was involved in one of the last sieges of the Civil war. It's sometimes hard to believe how old some of the buildings actually are and how much would have happened during their time. We the. Drove to Caerphilly to see to the castle. This castle is more intact than Raglan. ...

      Rainy day but had fun anyway!

      A travel blog entry by kathy.marten on May 28, 2013

      ... and we had brought torches - ie flashlights - going down was pretty slippery - there were other people there in front of us but they all went back up - i went all the way to the bottom - usually i do not like caves and small confinements - but i was determined to see what was at the bottom - not a whole hell of alot - but it was super cool being (what seemed like) in the middle of the earth! at ...

      Guess what? More rain.

      A travel blog entry by philjackson on Jul 04, 2012

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      ... side and not too far from Edinburgh on the other. I went in to a dairy to ask for directions and of course it was owned by an Indian couple. They were really nice and couldnt help enough and we had no trouble finding Briara's house. Unfortunately she wasn't home. We drove on to Galasheils as we wanted to visit Jane Sutherland's father who lives in Gattonside which is near Galasheils. After driving around in circles ...