Stradey Park Hotel
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First full day today, after travelling down yesterday. Had a great day yesterday, in Mumbles. it was very warm despite the rain as we travelled up. the family game of logo last night often descended into farce, too many sweets I think. So a cooked breakfast on board, we are off this morning to explore the local ...
... forward to seeing her college/room/friends, but so not looking forward to that bus journey. Tissues will be packed at the top of my rucksack!
Yes, rucksack!! The plan is we are travelling light. Backpacking, but staying in 5* hotels and not hostels. Ahhh, the advantages of age; ease of travelling plus comfort for middle aged bones! Well, the theory is rucksacks but as of yet ...
... Stopped at a local pub to have lunch, a place named the White Lion, located right next door to the Black Lion Hotel. I don't think there is a connection other than the reference to Lion.
Tomorrow we head to England for the final few nights of our tour of the UK.
Well I just got back and I wish I never leave now
(Who's that ***** going through arrivals?)
How many pounds for a general anaesthetic?
The white boy on the corner can be very sympathetic
I've been to the place where every new face
Is an invitation to robbery
And sitting here in my safe European home
I'm gonna ...
... The present structure was begun in the 13th century by Sir Nicholas de Carew, a high ranking officer and frequent campaigner in Ireland. Carew's three towers, the massive west front and the Chapel, were probably built by Sir Nicholas. Historically though, the castle is probably most closely associated with Sir Rhys ap Thomas, (1449-1525), the flamboyant and controversial Welsh military leader, who inherited the estates ...