Llechwen Hall Hotel
Travel Blogs from Pontypridd
Looking forward to starting out on our mini adventure and packing has now started in earnest.....Our rucksacks are bulging already, where will we put the other half of our stuff? ha ha! Still loads to do and running out of time fast,some things never ...
Our Sunday night worship experience was interesting to say the least! We headed off to the local Church of Wales 6pm service and were greeted warmly by the Vicar. We suspect they had not had visitors for some time. First hymn and Janet had a fit of the giggles, followed by Dave and then Paul. I was very disciplined! Trouble was we were all singing the hymn as it should have been ...
... and a magnificent building. The guide pointed out a connection to Ken Follet's Pillars of the Earth Book.
Out to dinner at a 13th century Welsh pub, a beautiful old building and a great meal. Looking forward to our last day and moving into the apartment in London, so we don't have to pack and unpack everyday.
We packed our bags and headed to Aunty Jennie's for the last time. She had scones and jam with clotted cream for morning tea before our trip to Nottingham. Delicious again. (She gave us two more for the road) After saying a sad farewell we headed for Nottingham. By the way, the Satnav was pretty bad in South Wales. Not a bad ...
... on. I do think the Nuke bars and energy drinks have something to answer for. So there I was, scuttling across the grass to the toilets, and starting to understand that this was such an emergency that would have warranted using Dora. But not far to go, and then up some steps hoping that at least one of the two cubicles would be free. As I entered, to my relief I saw both were available; take the nearest one. Every second counts. Get in, and getting ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting