The Felin Fach Griffin

Address: Felin Fach, Felin Fach, Powys, Wales, LD3 0UB, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Felin Fach, Felin Fach, is near Brecon Leisure Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Felin Fach

      Leaving on a jet plane.

      A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 10, 2014

      ... lovely flight, good seats, nice food and on a half empty plane loads of room. However another delay, due to weather conditions we could not land and had to circle the city for well over an hour, but we did have great views of the mighty Himalayas. Through the airport into a taxi and drove to Boudhanath through a very smoggy city. Our guest house is right in the heart of Boudha, just minutes from the Great Stupa and after settling in I left Jess to rest whilst I went a ...

      Last ferry ride. Wales.

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 22, 2014

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      Woke to dry day and clear skies. Good omen for a smooth crossing to Wales. Our last ferry crossing this year, Rosslare to Fishguard. Our last country - WALES. Even sailed ahead of schedule, after spending time to Facetime Mark and Fiona with the girls. So good to keep in touch. Girls can now say "Mama" and "Papa" to the right faces on the screen.

      Arrived safe after very smooth crossing, at Fishguard, in three and a half hours.
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      Wales

      A travel blog entry by kyliep on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... established in 1131 by the Cistercian monks. It was handed over the King Henry VIII in 1536 and was partially destroyed. We arrived just as it opened so wee were the only ones walking around the site. The photos I've attached do quite do it justice but this place is massive. It consists of not only the abbey but also the surrounding buildings including the kitchen, infirmary, dorms and gardens. While most if it is in ruins it was easy to ...

      Test page for new travel blog

      A travel blog entry by philji on Oct 10, 2014

      2 comments

      ... the price had gone up to £540,,, after some complaining and cursing I continued.... But at the end of the transaction the online payment was being rejected!!!! I managed to reserve the ticket for Jess with the intention of ringing them the next morning...in the meantime my bank was ringing me asking if these transactions were legit.. I confirmed they were and they let the payment through... Jess was now panicking that she was booked onto a different ...

      Newport and Environs

      A travel blog entry by twerp53 on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... in the world. Fascinating! And then had a long walk down by the Bristol Channel through the Newport Wetlands with many birds, ducks, and swan. This was an area of several hundred acres preserved for wildlife. A perfect day of weather again with sunshine and not a spot of rain. The evening was taken up with a delightful dinner at a wonderful Italian restaurant in Newport. Tomorrow we visit Brian and Sian's daughter, Charlotte and baby daughter, Emily, who reside in nearby Bristol, ...