Porth Tocyn Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... awesome sight to behold.
We continued on to Aberystwyth where there is a Red Kite feeding station. You can see some of the birds up close and personal while they swoop by. And the station has a stunning view of the surrounding valley.
Devil's Bridge was our last stop on the way to our sleeping arrangements. It's actually three bridges on top of each other. And ironically, if you translate the Welsh name to ...
Next day, down the west coast of Wales to Aberstwyth. We travelled via Penygroes, Porthmadog, Capel Uchaf, Pantglas, Bryncir, Garndolmaen, Pont Dolbenmaen, Cwym Desstraillan, Ysbyty Despairn, Penryhydeuraith, Maentwrog, Llan Ffestiniog, Trawnsfynnydd.
Welsh is the predominant language spoken in North Wales, but the locals ...
... the terribly unsafe condition under which they worked. This mine only employs a few dozen men where once it employed hundreds. Snowdonia National Park and the surrounding countryside is really beautiful. Green rolling hills, slate walls in the fields, and mystical woodlands made for a lovely drive. Lunch at Pete's Eats in Snowdonia was just what it needed to be, cheap and fast. In town, Christine enjoyed a long talk with ...
... part cafe.
Then we drove to a nice grassy field with lots of park benches!
And GUESS WHAT!?
Sheep were walking around everywhere!
Now I am chilling at our B&B about to have Itallian for dinner.
See ya all!
Super awesome Explorer gal!;D
Sadly we leave the Cotswold's this morning. Gone are the wide vales (valleys) full of a patchwork of farms. The narrow country lanes, yellow brick buildings, quaint villages, and dogs in the pubs.
On to Wales we go. We make a stop for Terry to take pictures in the town of Wolverhampton, this is were his Daddy Bill (Grandpa) and Uncle Dick were born. Then we travel North into the hills ...