The Lodge

Address: LL14 5AU, Wrexham, Wrexham County, North Wales, Wales, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on LL14 5AU, Wrexham.
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Travel Blogs from Wrexham

Snow in Snowdonia

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Aug 08, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... even more difficult by the weather conditions as the rain turned the slate and mud into a skating rink and it was a miracle that I didn't fall over. At the bottom I re-found the footpath and then I had one more (huge) hill to climb before I could see the caravan site below me and I started to hallucinate about cups of tea. I don't think my legs will ever be the same and little Treacle is flaked out fast asleep. Next time I walk I shall avoid mountains.
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The Great Orme and Dinner

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 05, 2015

13 photos

We had a nice breakfast at our B&B (the Morlea) this morning and then went into town. Laura decided to get her ears pierced. That was done by about 12:30. We then bought sandwiches at the deli and then headed towards the "Great Orme". This is the large headland that separates Llandudno from Conwy. It gets its name from the Viking word for serpent (which sounds like "worm") because of how it looks from the sea. The headland rises to about 200 meters above the sea. There are ...

Thoughts and Musings........

A travel blog entry by mpraytravelpod on Aug 05, 2015

... land, wide roads, large houses, large cars, and a wide variety of ways to spend our money. We want it now and we want it all- and to some extent we get it. In many ways, we are like spoiled children. I see that in myself (if/when I don't get an email or phone call back right away) and I see that in my sons (when the internet they are used to isn't there or the food is a little different (ok, that's me also but I have been adapting).



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Up Mount Snowdon

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 04, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... rocks with frequent gusts of wind that made you stagger. At one point, a gust knocked Val down and another one turned her 360 degrees around. It was very exposed with really no shelter or anywhere to stop. As we neared the top, the wind picked up so that along the final ridge it was about 100 km per hour (near as I can figure) with driving rain. The rain was horizontal and stung when it hit your face. It was like small stones hitting you.You had to ...

Travel to Llandudno

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 03, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... for that leg, although there was hardly anywhere to put bags. We transferred at Chester and at that point, had no seats for the rest of the trip to Llandudno, even though they were reserved. British Rail used to be very well organized, but everything was privatized years ago and now the trains are overly crowded and unsafe, with bags in the aisles and people pushing and shoving to get on and off. Everyone here takes it in stride though. Llandudno is a ...