Travelodge Caernarfon Hotel

Address: Balaclava Road Victoria Dock, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL55 1SR, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Balaclava Road Victoria Dock, Caernarfon, is near Caernarfon Castle, GreenWood Forest Park, Castle Square, and Ceri Richards Gallery.
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          West Wales

          A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 08, 2015

          1 comment, 30 photos

          ... a conversation in Welsh and speak English as well. Very unusual. The people and the countryside here are wonderful. The landscape is lovely forested mountains with stone walled cottages and villages scattered along the way, and the rugged Atlantic coast appearing at times.











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          The Brecon Beacons

          A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Sep 29, 2015

          6 photos

          A driving day but glorious weather. We drove off the island, saying goodbye to the green expanses of farms and back into the mountains of Snowdonia. After a few kilometres on challengingly narrow roads, we got back on the A470 and sped our way to Brecon. Brian has caught my cold so it is just as well that we have an easier day. Arriving at Peterstone Hotel in Brecon, we were advised that the room would not be ready until 3ish. So we ...

          Anglesey, Wales

          A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Sep 28, 2015

          7 photos

          ... was in the high-teens, the views were spectacular so it was worth it. The tour was interesting and informative. The lighthouse was built in the 1850's after many ships sunk off the point. They tried fog horns and even shooting cannons to warn sailors away with limited results. The present light can be seen for 20 miles and the operators are very proud of the operation. From the lighthouse, on a clear day, you can see the Isle of Man, ...

          Cotswold's to Cricceth, Wales

          A travel blog entry by eurotrekker01 on Sep 11, 2015

          10 photos

          ... loved it, his Great Grandfather was a train engineer, so maybe he was along for the ride, as Terry said this was the highlight of the trip so far. We saw the coal burning, the water being put in, saw the steam puffing and enjoyed the clickity clack as it puffed its way slowly down the track. It was a fun time.
          I will leave you now for Ken's accounting of the past few days.
          Enjoy, Darlene
          PS love all ...

          Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey Day

          A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 10, 2015

          5 photos

          ... was no stillness at all for over an hour, even standing still we had to work to balance.



          Evening found us back in Betws-Y-Coed for dinner at the same bar & grill we ate at last night, but only after Rob got to take some shots of the waterfalls and I went shopping for tomorrow’s lunch on the road.



          We don’t want to leave Wales, but we are looking forward to learning about Hadrian’s Wall tomorrow, and after that, we go to ...