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... once I have a set schedule I can start
planning on when I can start traveling around Europe.
As for Bangor,
after walking around the town today I am going to try and make my Saturday’s (Mostly everything is closed on Sunday) dedicated
to just exploring the area. I found this great park I want to visit and there
are many old churches and one cathedral I want to see. I know there is also a
museum hidden away in the ...
With our group of study abroad students, we took a day trip to Conwy. Conwy is a medieval walled town in North Wales. On our way to the castle, there was a tent set up for an organization which rehabbed owls and falcons. We had the chance to pet the owls and Amanda got to hold a young baby owl. We explored the Conwy Castle which was built from 1283-1289. There were amazing views and we had ...
... t want to put through the dryers. Once all this was complete Cheryl & i did a walk around town, in the light drizzle getting some souvenirs, couple of gifts, and a bit damp, nothing like the wet we achieved in Singapore.
We are now sitting in the pub with free internet, sending update messages around the globe.
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Left our rabbit warren of a hotel with no lifts & lots of stairs & small rooms. We had to lug our bags up and then down flights of stairs and you could easily get lost in the maze of corridors. The room was small with barely room to open our our bags. Although small it was nice to not have to step into a bath to have a shower.
left Stratford and drove to Wales. Morning tea stop was at Llandudno?. A lovely little town where the architecture ...
... The tour was very fast paced and we stopped at least four times each day so I've actually forgotten some of the things we stopped at.
The tour guide was a charismatic red head girl from Bristol and on the tour we had eleven females and no males at all, unless you count Drew the bus driver. There were two older Austrian ladies travelling together, one Italian girl, one Kiwi girl and six other young Australians of which only ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Quay Hotel & Spa Deganwy
My wife and I stayed at the Quay hotel for a couple of nights at the beginning of December. We found the staff to be very friendly/helpful, didn't have any bad problems and generally thought the property and the location were excellent.
I have stayed at this hotel twice in the last three months - I was prepared to overlook some problems the first time as it was new but my second visit confirmed my opinion that this is not a 5 star hotel
As a freqent visitor to North Wales I normally stay in the delightful Bodysgallen Hall but this time knowing its delightful location and seeing its 5 star rating I thought I would give Quay Hotel a try.
As previous reviewers have said this is a lovely hotel in a superb location overlooking the estuary, mountains and Conwy Castle. Its not cheap and the hotel does have a few teething problems but don't let this put you off.
This was a very nice hotel in a beautiful location. My husband and I were actually there for the weekend on business and managed to call a few days before and get a very favourable rate. We were not in the hotel an awful lot, however the staff when we arrived were very friendly and our room was fabulous, it was an incredible size as was the bathroom and had incredible technology, unfortunately the technology was a bit too advanced in the form of air conditioning and we were unable to adjust the room temperature as it automatically adjusts to the temperature of your body!
Stayed only the one night and would like to say that this was a really nice hotel.Booked by phone a week earlier and had a good discount off the usual rate.Bathroom was clean,bed very comfy,good tv and nice leather coach but the best was the fabulous view.Kept looking out of the window early evening and morning.
Just returned from a weekend stay at The Quay in Deganwy with my Wife to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary.
Great New 5 Star Hotel
Hotel just opened in July 2006 and still has some hick ups but the staff is very friendly and helpfull. For me it is very important that the Hotel is clean and this is the case. Our room was large and comfy, you do get a selection of tea & coffee in the room and the minibar is empty - which I prefer so that there is no charge at the end for someting you didnīt have.
My husband used the pool every day and had it most of the time for himself. I would go back - we had a great time.
For sunset I can recommened the bar next to reception!
I hope the pictures say a bit more....
New 5 Star Hotel
The Hotel just opened in July 2006 and there are still some hick ups. But the staff is very friendly, the rooms are very clean and big. We enjoyed every night the sunset on the terasse. The pool is not very large but we had it all for ourselves. There is a choice of coffee and tea in the rooms, the minibar was empty which I prefer - that means you donīt have to arguee at the end of your stay.
We had a promotional offer and that was a real treat.
I would go again.