The Park Hotel Tenby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... be more appealing. Well, here I am after two years of convincing my parents it's the right thing to do and months of planning and preparation, almost two weeks until I depart for Dubai. I want to tell you why I am taking a gap year, and why absolutely everyone should take a gap year, or better yet, just travel for the rest of your life! (don't tell my parents I said that) <i><b>1: ...
... food and partying with an organised group before venturing into the rural islands of Indonesia to discover what they have to offer. (APRIL-AUGUST) CANADA/USA: As Spring turns to Summer for the UK I hope to be jetting over to Canada to work for a month before finishing my round the world trip exploring a little bit of North America. I cannot wait. So, I may take a while to find my feet on here, but I hope you enjoy learning about me and my year abroad, because I'm sure I'll love every ...
... on all 11 screens? If you didn't guess rugby, you were wrong. The Italy vs Romania match was on when we arrived, so we sat down with a pint and watched it. The following match was Ireland bs France, and the pub started to fill up with Irish, from who knows where. Anyway it was a great atmosphere, and thankfully the Irish won.We then went for a walk around the lovely narrow streets; had dinner at a proper fish & chippy caff, and then back to the pub. You can drink gallons of thish ...
Taking a trip up to Abergavenny, hoping the weather is fine.An early start out through Herefordshire, we crossed the Welsh border at Monmouth.Once we reached Abergavenny the Welsh grey stone walls and buildings were predominant as well as the grey slate roofing.
We travelled onto Llannfenhart, Glangrwyney, Llangattok, Bwlch, Aberonndu, Scethrog, Llandovery. It ...
... of Newport, Monmouthshire. It was a slow & winding route through heavily treed country for much of the way on quite surprisingly narrow 'A’ & ‘B’ roads. To our surprise we passed an defunct gold mine at Dolauchoti managed by the National Trust. Unfortunately we were too early & couldn’t afford to wait for it to open at 11am so reluctantly we moved on.
We arrived at Wray’s place at 11.30 & after a coffee all moved on ...