The Lodge

Address: LL14 5AU, Wrexham, Wrexham County, North Wales, Wales, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Wrexham

Day Thirteen Glasgow to Ruthin

A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 10, 2014

Not much to report on today other than ****** weather followed by more ****** weather on the trip to Ruthin. Tina drove today and I am looking forward to getting back behind the wheel tomorrow. We are staying at an old castle tonight and the room is a bit cramped. Had a nice dinner and spent 2 1/2 hours sitting with the kids taking the **** which was good fun. Off to Stonehenge and Portsmouth tomorrow so it will be a big day behind the ...

4th of July on 5th of November!

A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Nov 05, 2014

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... has become more of a social event, with bonfires and grand firework displays around the country. So the UK version of the 4th of July in a way.
There was a celebration in Bangor, down on Beach Road that night. There was no bonfire, because of some regulations that were put into place, but there were some amazing fireworks that they set off though! It was all great fun to be out there with the whole ...

Where's That Foot Hold?

A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Oct 28, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... to bad, but there was a big indent in the rock that allowed you to get up on the rock, but then you had to climb out of that and up onto the rest of the rock.

The ************ didn't have many foot or hand holds at all. It was quite tricky.

I am happy to say I made it to the top of all three ...

I'm Okay With Doing It Once

A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Oct 21, 2014

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... gladly not do it again.

The rocks were very slippery. We got caught in a little hail storm as well. It was beautiful, just very cold. I don't like walking on ice in the winter, and most of the rocks felt like they were ice.

The pictures included are ones from Google, as I did not have my camera with me. ...

The Top is a Long Way From the Bottom

A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Oct 14, 2014

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Today I climbed a mountain in the Outdoor Pursuits Class. It was the longest hike I have ever been on. It took the whole time but I did manage to make it up and down the mountain!

It was more challenging than I thought it would be because we weren't really following a trail, but rock scrambling. The mountain was Tryfan on the Snowdonia Range. It was about 900 meters above sea level.

Going up ...