Travel Blogs from Abergele
... once I have a set schedule I can start
planning on when I can start traveling around Europe.
As for Bangor,
after walking around the town today I am going to try and make my Saturday’s (Mostly everything is closed on Sunday) dedicated
to just exploring the area. I found this great park I want to visit and there
are many old churches and one cathedral I want to see. I know there is also a
museum hidden away in the ...
The streets signs are impossible to see, so it has been fun navigating around the millions of tiny, narrow streets! But everyone has been really helpful and friendly.
The weather at the game was surprisingly warm. All the local at the game yesterday looked like they were going to expire in the heat! (I reckon it was about 24 deg).
With our group of study abroad students, we took a day trip to Conwy. Conwy is a medieval walled town in North Wales. On our way to the castle, there was a tent set up for an organization which rehabbed owls and falcons. We had the chance to pet the owls and Amanda got to hold a young baby owl. We explored the Conwy Castle which was built from 1283-1289. There were amazing views and we had ...
This morning started with a 6:30 taxi ride to to the Ulyses IRISH FERRY in Dublin. We boarded after going security with our luggage and went up to the Club where we had free snacks for our 3 hour voyage to Holy Rod in Wales. I didn't get sea sick but Iayed down most of the trip. As you am see from pics it was not at all crowded. We landed about 11:30 and a bus drove us to the station to get a train to Liverpool . We only had to wait about 15 min. We rode it about a hour ...
... Cheryl& I strolled along the waterfront then back to the magnificent castle. I'll let Cheryl add some more info on the walk through the castle.
They had souvenirs at the Castle shop that Cheryl could not pass up, an actual bow & arrow set made in Sherwood Forest. Despite being of timber, Cheryl will do her best to get this & a wooden sword back into Australia.