Travelodge Caernarfon Hotel
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... good) and I bought a Welsh love spoon as a souvenir. We spent a lot of time in tea shops reading and drinking copious amounts of earl gray. We also consumed an excellent number of pints at the Albion, which was voted the best pub in Wales last year.
Wales is so incredibly pet friends. People brought their dogs almost everywhere! Any time you were in a pub there were always multiple dogs to pet and it was fantastic! Peter and I closed out our trip by having a ...
It will take the breath out of you. Battling your way down
the somewhat fraying wooden planks into the center of the straits during a
notorious Welsh storm is the best way to see the pier. Bangor pier is a beacon
in this city. It’s full of tradition, small welsh business that give you goods
as unique as the people who sell them. On a rare summer day one can ...
Not only is there a comfort there but family and friends, ties hat can be hard to keep up with when you have a distance between you. However this is something a traveler has to get used to.
Things I didn't expect when travelling for the first time alone
- It can be hard to adjust to being by yourself. When your used to a close knit group of friends always being there the alone time can ...
... the ticket booth on the station, and the nice lady there allowed me to put my backpack into their storeroom, as the train didn't leave for a bit under three hours and I didn't want to lug it around for that whole time.
Divested of my pack, I made my way up through the town and along the road to the Llechwedd Slate Caverns - the remains of a Victorian slate quarry that is now open to tourists. There's a couple of adventure pursuits there - a massive trampoline ...
... the chambers is used for storing a Welsh cheese that is only sold in that area. After coming up from the slate mines, we were then shown how they split and cut the slate once it was brought up from the mines. Meggan was allowed to have a go at splitting the slate apart. On the way home, we went through part of Snowdonia National Park, where our next day trip took place!
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