The Black Lion Royal Hotel
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... Welsh language is thriving, in fact, many English-speaking children cross the border to attend Welsh-speaking schools and kindergartens. North Wales economy seems to be doing well through tourism, as parts of the coast are covered by huge caravan sites.
... but which we knew was heralding the onset of wet. It did.
Heading westwards through central Wales we drove down the valleys, with the certain knowledge that there were large mountains on both sides of us, even if we couldn't see them. The clouds sank lower and lower to meet us, so that by the time we drove through Y Fenni (or Abergavenny to normal folk) it was almost like driving though a thin layer of candyfloss.
... heating is broken so we have a tiny heater that is barely keeping us warm. All and all our first impressions not that good. There is a lovely warm room downstairs with the fire going but that is their private space. So........ Set off for a meal at the local Neuadd Arms. Very good pub with nice fireside per dinner drink. The meals were both good and warming. It's 9 degrees outside do pretty cool. Will watch a bit of telly tonight for a ...
... the knickerbocker
glory which was taller than me!
I'm really looking forward to next year - I wonder what we'll be doing?
Thanks Nana and Colin for a great time.
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We left Kari and Pete's around 10 AM and drove to Brecon Beacons where we drove through some incredible farmland and down an extremely narrow road to the base of the hill we were to climb. The road we drove down was just wide enough for Pete's car, and at that, the hedges scrapped the side of,the car. The sun was shining but it was quite windy at times and at ...