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Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...
... and stayed about 3 hours. Tristan thinks that he won the tower building competition but Jo-Ann's reached the ceiling first. Amy's was the most artistic, Jessamy's looked like the Eiffel tower and Kelly's looked like the design plan with a twist.
Not much happened for the rest of the day. After some indecision we finally had Subway for late lunch, walked back to the hotel via and exercise park and housing estate canal, and drove over to pick up our ...
... meant. The rooms are tiny and very basic - thin mattress, thin pillow, no phone, no kettle, small shower and toilet opening directly into the room. The third bed is a bunk over the top of the double bed.
While Ian convalesced in bed, the others went to find a laudromat and do the washing. In the end they left the clothes for the owner to clean overnight as she was just about to shut for the ...
... of stalactites and stalagmites, however having been so impressed by the ones we saw in Domme, I was a bit disappointed. It seems the best ones were taken 300 years ago by a chap who decided he wanted to put them on display in his home, so he shot them down with a musket! Unfortunately the whole area has been turned into a rather tacky theme park, complete with a mirror maze, an Edwardian penny arcade and a valley full of giant fibreglass dinosaurs!
... we discovered, in quite good condition. It had been originally built as a fort, then was used as a prison, and eventually important families lived there. It had two moats and it would have been almost impossible to break into, but still they tried. The township of Caerphilly is built around the castle and it is like a sleeping giant in the centre of town. Castell Coch was quite different as it had been restored. A wealthy earl in the 18 century decided ...