The Lodge Conwy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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.
... such as camp circles and caves. As well, it was the site of Bronze Age copper mining, dating back 4000 years; which is the same age as Stonehenge". We also visited an old church named for Saint Tudno. The headland is limestone and there are places with limestone pavement much like we saw in the Chamonix area in France. Bracken, gorse and heather was everywhere, as well as wild goats grazing. The weather was very changeable with wind and rain at several points. We walked all ...
... 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).
... There is an old picture of George Mallory taken at Pen y Pass which I've attached to this note. It's a very old hostel site for mountaineers. The weather was pretty well pouring rain with gusts of wind around 50 km/ hour and 8 degrees C. We got ourselves dressed up in the lobby of the warden station and battened things down and then headed out on the "Pyg Track" towards the summit of Mount Snowdon. The trail up was very wet with running water ...
Val and I actually managed to get up at 7:30 am and do our loop run in Hyde Park. It wasn't hot but it was muggy. After that, we packed up, checked out of the Thistle Kensington (where we were staying), and caught a taxi to Euston Station. Along the way we passed the house where the ex President Mushariff of Pakistan is living, complete with police armed with automatic weapons. I've heard that his neighbour is Tony Blair. We got on the train to Chester, and actually ...