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... sign is very high so no personal photos just the name, still I was glad we went. Arrived at our accommodation at about 5.30 pm in the dark, 4pm and its dark now in this part of the world. Our rooms were on the third floor, always a challenge for me but made it ok. Drove into the city, two blocks away and had Chinese for tea, the Xmas lights and the Victorian houses looked beautiful even in the dark. Looking forward to daylight and ...
The Club's November meet took place at Llanberis, based in the Pen Ceunant Uchaf Hut, owned by Chester Mountaineering Club. It had obviously been chucking it down all day on Friday (and probably for several months previously), so the ground seemed absolutely saturated.
But Saturday morning dawned dry, if not exactly sunny. A group of us set off up the gently-rising tourist path towards Snowdon summit, arriving at around 11.30am in grim clag, with no ...
A quote from a famous Welsh anthem, sung by massed choirs. The Welsh are famous for their voices - think Ric*********** and opera singer Bryn Terfel.
Barmouth nestles among the steep hills of Snowdonia on the estuary of the River Mawddach.
... towards Penmon along some very narrow lanes. Wen we returned to Beaumaris we explored a bit, and found our next home on Brynteg before heading home across the old Telford suspension bridge. Mum enjoyed the outing although the wind was too strong for her to get out of the car. Chris took lots of photos but he doesn't have the cable connection for his camera so they will have to ...
There you have it.
When we discovered that a lunch had been planned at this rather special venue, we decided that we would stay the night there too, so that we could really relax and enjoy the experience to the full.
An all round good idea.
Lunch preceded ...