The Glansevern Arms

Pant Mawr, Powys, Wales, SY18 6SY, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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South Wales

A travel blog entry by efrohoff

10

... b has a sumptuous room complete with bunk beds for the boys and even toys which the boys immediately begin to immerse themselves in. Our bathroom has a bathtub which I may have to immerse myself in, our pink tub usually filled with toys at home is not very relaxing. We have dinner at The Victoria Inn on their terrace overlooking the beach on the beach and we're in time to see the sunset, which we have never seen from the Atlantic Ocean, or sea which is what ...

Soul-self loving.

A travel blog entry by mccloskey

10

Okay, so this time it is totally not my fault for taking 10,000 years to post; my laptop's trackpad is not working and the cursor is jumping around everywhere so I am typing this on my phone. SO much has went on since getting back from my midterm break but for this post, I will write about my trip to Wales and then make a separate one for the past few days a little later. I had a couple days to regenerate after getting back from Barcelona/Rome and then our group took ...

English countryside

A travel blog entry by garrcon

3

Wed. May 7
Train to Brighton, walked to Hotel Schmotel B&B, walked by the windy sea, English Channel, that is the one place I like wind, the fresh air from the sea. Windy but lovely, did a walk about town, stopped in at the Lion and Lobster, a local favorite pub, and had a steak dinner and a pint. Relax time.
Thurs. May 8Full English breakfast, sausage, ham, potato, tomato, toast coffee, Gar loves when we get that as he gets half of ...

Big journey to Portsmouth

A travel blog entry by little_lynnie

1

Well quite uneventful.....however we did get a panic on when the motorhome sat nav says 4 hours to arrival. Unbeknown to us it works out driving like driving Miss Daisy. We did end up with a small chip in the windscreen.....oops. Anyway we now on ferry enjoying a lovely meal, and sofar crossing ...

No Survivors

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

55

... in 1643. A year later there was a Civil War battle at the nearby Dyfi Bridge that was won by the Parliamentarians and subsequent to this many Royalist dwellings in the town were burned but this one, thankfully, survived and now makes a super venue for an intimate gig. The place seemed full when Nell started things off and we sat on the window sill which meant we had a decent vantage point. Nell’s guests were Josie Long, Benjamin Partridge and Brendan Murphy and ...

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