The Courtyard Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Dylan Thomas was an inveterate gossip and liked Laugharne because it was full of "colossal
Dylan's wife drank more than he reputedly did.
Laugharne's butcher's shop had more flies than sausages.
Laugharne - no Welsh spoken, had an English Congregational Chapel and an English castle to keep the Welsh out.
The light on the Taf estuary is amazing, hence the attraction for authors and painters.
... was untouched by the Industrial Revolution or later large scale developments, so that it's central core has remained remarkably intact. It architecture is outstanding. After a delightful walking tour we stopped off in one the many town pubs for a refreshment. Back to the Hughe's home and then went to a beautiful local pub for a typical English dinner...I had Fish and ...
... fit to have a radio mast erected here, offering the puzzling contrast of energy sources. There is no doubt in my mind which energy is stronger and I thank Mother Earth for Michael’s presence here with me.
Debby and I walk along the railway line, past a chalk quarry and then find the small bridge under which we cross the rail line. We then have the challenge of negotiating the crossing of the dual carriageway. It amazes me that road planners have gone to the ...
... and I got to delve into the history of my favourite composer, JS Bach, discovering so much about his genius that had been lost on me previously. I can't say this tour has been perfect, but despite all that has happened music has once again proved to me that there some sort of inexplicable channel to human emotion that our instruments release. This has been heightened by the history, to know we are contributing or observing a part of history makes me ...
... Beachy Head. Great weather and amazing views in an iconic location. This was my first time to Beachy Head and although it is perhaps best known, for desperate, tragic people determined to 'take their own lives', one of the most memorable views we saw was a simple, but moving tribute to the 55,000 crew of Bomber Command who had 'their lives taken from them' during the Second World War.