Plas Dolguog Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the ticket booth on the station, and the nice lady there allowed me to put my backpack into their storeroom, as the train didn't leave for a bit under three hours and I didn't want to lug it around for that whole time.
Divested of my pack, I made my way up through the town and along the road to the Llechwedd Slate Caverns - the remains of a Victorian slate quarry that is now open to tourists. There's a couple of adventure pursuits there - a massive trampoline ...
... and those cars parked blocking most of the lane again. At least it wasn't raining.
Our hotel rooms at Marine Terrace are very large and old worldy with bay windows overlloking the ocean. Jo-Ann had booked two rooms but we could have nearly got away with just one. One room had a double a single and a couch was a separate room with two singles. The other room ws dubbed the "party" room for the kids, It had three single beds (two of them pushed together and one with elevation ...
... British Parliment in 1650, remnants are still to be found.About an hours drive from Llansantfraid saw us arrive in the village ( see I'm learning ) of Chester, surrounded by large walls. With its' enormous Cathedral which is a spectacle all on its own, to lovely old buildings and shops built directly into the rock, many hours were spent. We walked the walls and spent time in the Cathedral, it was hard for Angela to put down her camera as everywhere she looked ...
... in their picture gallery as fans and visitors.
In Gaelic, "Cheers." The Brits, Scots, Welsh, Irish, all use it for a ubiquitous greeting, meaning hello, thanks, pardon me, bless you, Have a Good Day.
In Ireland the grave of William Butler Yeats. Norma's favorite poem of his is "The Second Coming."
Navigation help is vital to getting around major cities you've never been in before, frequently at ...
... deteriorated to nothing except a bank of bracken as tall as me and completely impenetrable - not much fun. That first evening I was pretty ****** off and things were not helped by not being able to access either TV, radio or the internet, so I spent the time in solitary silence reading a book that I wasn't enjoying!
I had one good day at this site when one of my neighbours gave me a lift into Machynlleth, which is the ...