Plas Dolmelynllyn Hall Hotel
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... a view. The summit cafe is a grisly sight on a day like this, with people scattered round its perimeter, trying to find a bit of shelter which doesn't really exist. So after a quick bite to eat, we were off again, down towards the Watkin Path and onwards to Bwlch Ciliau, where we got below the cloud and were rewarded with a fine view across Llyn Llydaw.
This was where the first scrambling of the day took place (largely as the result of climbing a ...
A quote from a famous Welsh anthem, sung by massed choirs. The Welsh are famous for their voices - think Ric*********** and opera singer Bryn Terfel.
Barmouth nestles among the steep hills of Snowdonia on the estuary of the River Mawddach.
... 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.
Some of the group even managed to squeeze in coffee and assorted chocolate/fudgy things afterwards.
The rest of the group disappeared into the wet at about 4.30pm, leaving us to enjoy the delights of this lovely place.
"Would you like dinner?"
But probably not until November, at the earliest.
... in the almost dry, we drove in and out of the walls at Conwy.
It was not long before we were in the Snowdonia National Park and it felt as if we were driving through private farmyards. The narrow lanes were bordered by elegant dry stone walls, with sheep sheltering in the long grasses. They gave us knowing looks as we passed by... ...