Travelodge Llanelli Cross Hands
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... castles, towers, historic houses, Roman gold mine, tin mine etc. etc. We love looking at everything, but I was particularly interested in the Roman gold mine. Over 2000 years ago the Roman were mining for gold here - amazing.
I know that towers and castles were built on top of hills for a reason, but why can't they build car parks ...
... to Laugharne with us doing a scenic route. Had dinner at another pub in town. Ebony stayed the night with us.
Next day we all went to Tenby a portside town. It was wonderful and doing a thriving tourist business. Spent several hours there before taking Ebony back to Rye.
I didn't mention that the famous poet Dylan Thomas lived here. We will be looking at his Boat House sometime. There are photos and memorabilia every where, especially the pubs. Apparently he liked a ...
Today we have been up early,cleaned up ,packed and we are now having a coffee,checking emails and planning the next journey. This trip will be about 450 kms and we are heading to Stansted Airport to leave the car and stay the night at the Airport Hilton. We leave tomorrow at about midday.We are flying to Seville. We are heading for Jerez and we will be there for two ...
... leaving their mark. The name Fishguard is derived from the Scandinavian name "fiskigardr" meaning an enclosure for catching or keeping fish. Lower Fishguard or Lower Town,or in Welsh'Y Cwm' was described by Irish fishermen in the 16th century as a good harbour.By the late 18th century it had fifty coasting vessels calling regularly as well as a thriving ship industry. Herrings were the mainstay of Fishguard's economy until the end of the 18th ...
... at 3.30 pm and paid our £44 for the night. We then went for a walk into the local village of St. Clears and the drove into Carmarthen where we visited Tesco (our first real supermarket since leaving home) to stock up on supplies for our forthcoming adventures. We filled with petrol, £35.98 (£1.159 per litre), makes our petrol cheap by comparison. Another great day. Having trouble at the moment downloading photos to my ...