Tir y Coed Country House

, Rowen, Snowdonia National Park, Conwy County, North Wales, Wales, LL32 8TP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rowen

Fun in the Sun...Rain...Sun

A travel blog entry by ill-made-blog


... miserable and everyone else’s life to be happy. The weather has been great in Bangor, other than a bit bi-polar with all this sun rain, so played in the little garden and got some sun. Later in the night had a small BBQ with Jacob and one of his roommates for his going away party.

Monday I had lunch with Emily and Jacob at this café named 1815, we have sort of branched out from BlueSky (even though we went there the very next ...

Day 29

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14


... listened to the BBC symphony orchestra playing on the esplanade along the beach. Have included pics of wooden statues of characters from Alice in Wonderland. The real Alice holidayed here in the late 19th century as did Lewis Carroll who based the stories on her and then told them to her and her sisters. Off to Ireland on the 7.30 ferry so early start ...

Day 27 and 28

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14


... wild goats a ski lift, long walks and great views. This afternoon we drove across some of the most beautiful and in places rugged countryside we have seen to Port Meirion in the Snowdonia national park. Tomorrow off to the Snowden railway which takes us to the 1000m summit. Forecast looking ok for good ...


A travel blog entry by saraann


... across the bridge back to the Isle of Anglesey, a town called Llyfrgell. (I think this is Welsh for Menai Bridge, which is technically the town we're camping in.) Unfortunately, it's small enough that the only bookstore only had books in Welsh, and then the rain started again, so I ducked into a cafe for a latte and almond croissant. It was really cute, and the waitress and cook were very nice, and they had wifi and ...


A travel blog entry by saraann


Today I went to Caernarfon, getting up around 8:30 and leaving just before 10. It was a 30 minute bus ride, and - fun fact - Caernarfon is pronounced con-are-van. Or something. I got there, found Castle Square, and spotted a cafe with free wifi and outlets (Spinelli). It was kinda like a diner, more functional than cute, but I was able to catch mom before work. I also had a breakfast plate, which seems to only ever consist of baked beans, a fried egg, bacon ...

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