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... houses, a restaurant and a tiny station. The tide was out so we were greeted wide a wide expanse of mud flats. Mum then felt the need for a Welsh ice cream so we headed to Burry Port, would you Adam and Eve it!! the lighthouse cafe was closed, boo so no ice cream. We wandered around the harbour. Fell in love with a 12 week working cocker spaniel called Baxter, who needed a home, so very ...
We had a relaxing morning, I made us all a cooked breakfast. Mum, Dad and I then headed off to Pembrey Park and nature reserve. Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Gower Peninsula and overlooking the coastal scenery of Carmarthen Bay, Pembrey Country Park has been transformed into one of Wales’s top visitor attractions providing a unique blend of coast and countryside. The beach has eight ...
... mining where children as young as 5 were put to work. In the evening Mum and Dad took Ris and I out for dinner to the locally popular Anthony's hotel, firstly it's not a hotel! It's a restaurant! And it's a little like sitting in someone's front room. It certainly had a local authentic feel and the men agreed served the best Welsh steak. I have begun to notice, the Welsh are in and out when it comes to going out for dinner, no messing ...
... really dodgy perfumes and chocolates, and have a very poor excuse for a tea room, these marred the trip slightly but the island itself is very pretty, tranquil and relaxing. The monastery is a very impressive white building with red tiles roofs and turrets, it towers over the village area on a bed of rock, its Swedish like in its design. St Peters church was very pretty and had some great modern stain ...
... to get in the photo which stunned me a bit.
Yesterday we had a big day picking up another hire car and driving up to Snowdonia to stay at the Idwal Youth Hostel. The drive took about 5 hours and was worth every minute, and the Idwal hostel is in an absolutely magnificent location nestled between craggy mountains, rivers, waterfalls, and an upland lake.
I was talking to Saskia the manager, and she told me about a nearby bridge that still had ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center