The Metropole

Address: Station road, New Quay, Ceredigion, Wales, Pl28 8db, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Station road, New Quay.
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Travel Blogs from New Quay


A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Sep 01, 2015

1 comment

... and seemed more taken with it than I ever remember them being so it was much discussion of tents all round and even drawing up a tentative plan to meet up in the Dordogne next summer. Our new tent is 5 person, radically bigger than the one we just spent 5 weeks in, but still, for certain, to be outsized by J&C who don't do things by halves like us tight gits.

Postcard on the mat from the Spanish Sisters ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Aug 20, 2015


So we are officially doing this then. Almost a year ago we returned from travelling around Europe and Jessica decided that she wanted more. There was a bit of a false start then and after that life took over and got in the way but eventually we made the decision to have a go at a life in France. How much research went into it? Not much really, plenty of looking at properties online with one flying visit to look at a couple of them and through a process ...


A travel blog entry by jennymurtagh on Aug 17, 2015

25 photos

... when they lived at Anglesea. The road took us to Ruthin, Llangollen and through the Horseshoe Pass to our accommodation for the night. We did a big S through Wales. Going across the top and then down through the centre and over to a very pretty town called Abeystwyth. The first university in Wales was established here. ...

Swansea to llanllawddog

A travel blog entry by ianandjackie on Aug 13, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

The plan is to cycle round Pembrokeshire starting in Swansea and ending in Carmarthen. The weather forecast was thunder, hail storms -Amber warning. In the end we just had to contend with drizzle. The first 30 miles were plain sailing on an old train line: The Celtic Trail totally traffic free, Tarmac, reasonable gradient . We ...

Safe European Home

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jul 21, 2015


... there again

Wasn't I lucky, wouldn't it be lovely
To send you all cards, have a lay in on a Sunday?
Going for five weeks so how come I'm never gonna tell
This Natty Dread's never staying in a hotel?

I went to the place where every new face
Is an invitation to robbery
And sitting here in my safe European ...