The Felin Fach Griffin
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... m gonna go back there again
Well they got the sun and they got the palm trees
But I've got the weed and I've got the taxi
The hills are alive, the Sound of Music in the UK
I'd stay and be a tourist but I can't take the monotony
Nice guy, European home
Explosive, European home
The Clash, adapted, adopted.
... The 14th century Lady Chapel cathedral where we viewed the Chained library Manga Carta and Mappa Mundi (first map) made. Then on to Ross on Wye had picnic lunch on banks of river Wye then into town to check out charity and antique shops Bob bought another clock. We are now in our apartments we went for a 3 km walk along the Wye river made booking for tomorrow nite in an old inn built in 1435 ...
... ever in Hereford you need to check it out!!!!
Our next stop was Tintern Abbey. This is in the Beautiful Wye Valley on the river rye. This Abbey originally housed the first Cistercian colony in Wales. It is a massive ruin now, but you can easily picture how grand this would have been back in the 13th and 14th century and on. Just imagine riding your horse or carriage down the road ...
We have had wonderful weather, magnificent scenery and an abundance of wildlife. We have seen rabbits, plenty of different birds, a rat, a squirrel and even an otter. Apparently it is very rare to see an otter in the wild but on a canal boat trip today we managed to see one swim by. We are staying in another National Park in the Brecon Beacons. ...
... where we had hoped there might be more than just cars and where we might have lunch, to find there was just one car and no cafe. Shortly afterwards we perched on a log on top of Offa's Dyke and had lunch. Jo fell asleep and we both got cold so moved on once the fuel and fluids had been taken on board. We soon reached Knighton passing a monument to a Sir Richard Green Price in recognition of his services to Radnorshire largely the construction of ...