Travelodge Holyhead Hotel
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... me, this is a sad castle because it had such great potential to be perfect for its purpose and yet never got to prove itself.
It is known as the history teacher's fantasy castle with its 13th century classic proportions and perfect symmetry - sigh!
An aside: We had forgotten how strong and dedicated the Welsh people are to their own Welsh language. Here, most signs are in English and Welsh with Welsh being first. You hear ...
... military stronghold, a seat of government and a royal palace, and the last link in his 'Iron Ring'. It was also the place where Charles was invested as Prince of Wales in 1969.
After lunch we crossed the Britannia Bridge onto the Isle of Anglesey, and drove around some of its 120+ miles of glorious craggy coastline. The landscape here is a bit flatter than the rugged hills of Snowdonia, and the rolling hills are home ...
Yet another clear blue sky and no wind. I think the lack of wind over the past days or weeks is the most noticeable thing. The locals are all staggered by the weather and we have been asked to stay in the country to keep the good weather here! It has been simply fantastic and more than we could have asked for! Today we headed off ...
... back to his
apartment so it would be easier in the morning to go to the train station. I
had a flashback with my entire luggage stacked up of my first day in my empty
dorm room. Spent the night at Jacobs since his roommates were gone and I could
have their room. We made nachos the last time with Mark and played Call of
Duty. Earlier in the day I also got gelato for the last time and said bye to
the lady who always served us and gave me extra scoop of ...
... to see where the images came from and my imagination runs wild. More recent history has to do with copper and slate mining. We pass several small lakes and ruins of old miner’s cabins and an ore crusher from the copper mining days. Miners would walk this path to go over the pass to the copper mines. The path is pretty level for the first 2 miles then begins to climb quite steeply. Here the path is 5-6 feet wide ...