Premier Inn Pontypool
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... but the two shops that had maps didn't have the right one .. We even asked a Policewoman and she couldn't help either.. So we just wandered until it was time to get back on the bus. We did have another stop in the Brecon Beacons National Park but as it wasn't as good as yesterday I didn't get off the bus.. I spent most of my bus time dosing... We got into Cardiff at about 1230hrs so we jumped off and grabbed some lunch at a sandwich shop called Greggs..It was really good, ...
We left Exeter behind today and the first port of call was Buckfast
Abbey. This abbey was rebuilt after years of neglect and is now a
working abbey. The abbey itself is very beautiful and the surrounding
gardens very tranquil in the bright morning sunshine. The interior is
stunning , not as large as some but rebuilt in the traditional way using
traditional methods. After this it was up the motor way past some ...
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However, we did get to go the "town of books" - Hay-on-Wye, where there were over 70 bookstores! While visiting one of those stores, the owner told us that not too far away was Arthur's Stone, a huge burial chamber, so we visited it and were duly impressed. For those of you who have read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, this is the ruin that C.S. Lewis had in his mind when he tells of ...
... beast up!! The bike had done the Celtic trail and clearly wanted a rest. We did leave Chepstow just before lunchtime. Views from the bridge were great as the day was beautiful and sunny. Lots of nice lanes, small rolling hills and small villages to ride through. Then goose got another puncture. The bike didn't like her today. Eventually we ended up at the scenic Gloucester and Sharpness canal & had a short tow path cycle before heading up to our accommodation at the Frochester ...
I'm not sure whether to call this a great adventure at this stage.
I am visiting Audrey in Pontypool. Pontypool has got to be the only pronouncable place in Wales. Audrey is now in her 80's, and it is great to see her in reasonably good health. I last visited her 22 years ago. It's lovely to see her again. We are having some great conversations about politics, history, religion, society. Using a tea cosy and baking Welsh bran bara seem like very ...