The Mumbles Hotel

654 - 656 Mumbles Road, Mumbles, Southern Wales, Wales, SA3 4EA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 654 - 656 Mumbles Road, Mumbles, is near Clyne Gardens, Oystermouth Castle, Gower Surfing Development (GSD), and Egypt Centre.
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    Pentyrch, Newport, Caerleon

    A travel blog entry by joannegg on Aug 04, 2014

    Picked up the rental car and Rhe practiced driving around Cardiff, inadvertently in circles, thanks to Tom (the GPS) and Joanne's lack of navigation skills. Finally got out of town and had a fun day driving around the beautiful hills in Pentyrch. Made our way to Newport and Caerleon looking for sites of burials and residences of Rhe's ancestors. Rhe did all the driving and Joanne the back-seat-driving/navigation.
    Joanne was very impressed ...

    We Did It!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 29, 2014

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    The marriage survived our hike intact as did our bodies -- wonky hip (me), knee (Donnie), supersensitive feet (you know by now who), which is also very delightful.

    By the numbers: Old stepper – 28 226 (22.5 km – a record for us); New stepper – 30 957; cow patties stepped in – 0 miraculously because they were huge; times off trail – about 3 but it was fine; cliffs climbed and seen – a bunch; bandaids – ...

    Now This is More Like It!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 28, 2014

    10 photos

    ... to rely often on help from people we come across to get to where we’re trying to go. Much more so than depending on the guide book.

    We continued on, bypassing an older couple we had seen at the pub who were chasing a rare butterfly to take pictures of it. They eventually got ahead of us, I don’t know how, because we left them far behind, stalking their prey. We continued to enjoy the amazing vast ocean views, looking over at Devon in ...

    Grrrrr -- oh, the Beach. Yaaaaay!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 27, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... but I have no idea how they could tell as there were three identical black cats in the front yard. Barn cats, they said dismissively.

    Just as the topography was reminiscent of Glace Bay, Reserve Mines, or Pictou County, so are the people who chat to us about their families and their lives as if we have any idea at all about the details. It’s very nice.

    I can't send the pictures from this day to the blog from my phone yet. I'll do so as soon as I ...

    Fuji rocks

    A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Jul 26, 2014

    ... least it's not muddy but u have to wear welly boots cause the ground is so rocky. I start to see welsh flags, loads of them which is a little strange cause no one looks particularly welsh to me. I watch a Japanese band "man on a mission" and just hope they don't make it big in the uk. They wear stupid giant furry animal hats, and so do their fans even though it's about 100 degrees. They leave on mass so I can get to the from for Biffy Clyro. They are incredible and my new favorite ...