- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... were low railings that were about waist high)-Rob was the opposite. It was so much fun walking the walls and seeing the city and surrounding area from above. We spent some time walking them until we got to Conwy Castle. At the castle we had allotted a little over an hour but spent twice the amount because there was so much to see. We climbed as many towers as we could and walked through the entire castle. After that we walked around the city and came across ...
... only one half of it has been uncovered. The rest is built over and unlikely to be excavated, given that some of the buildings that are built over it are themselves Heritage Listed.
Just next to the amphitheatre is one of the entrances to the Walls of the city, much of which still date from Roman times. The city is encircled by just over 3 kilometers of walls, almost all of which is accessible to the public. The walk around the top is a ...
... to winter is that the zoo is only open til 4pm... Still, I don't think I missed anything, and my photo importer is telling me it has 232 new ones to process today, so I must have seen a fair bit!
After catching the bus back to the city, I had another wander around, mainly admiring the architecture and noting down places to come back and explore properly tomorrow. I stopped at a bakery for some snacks and a chemist for some cold and flu tablets. I'm not sure if ...
... me, I usually go to bed so early at home. Staying up late is a definitely a rarity for me. However, in England I basically stay up through the night and go to bed the next morning. I think I went three days in a row going to bed at 4:30 AM or later. Even though I am exhausted the next morning, it is the perfect opportunity to have those little moments. It usually starts out with a few ...
... gets killed – that was filmed in the Abbey Church!
We then continued on our trek and had the chance to sample something new – courtesy of being in a Motorhome. In some Welsh car parks, you can park your Motorhome for the night and stay in the car park for the princely sum of £1-00! So we went off to stay the night in Brecon and tried our cheapest night of accommodation (in the Motorhome - so far) and also visited the Regimental Museum ...