Trearddur Bay Hotel

Trearddur Bay, Holyhead, LL65 b4545, Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, L65 2UW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Trearddur Bay, Holyhead, LL65 b4545, Manchester, is near South Stack and Tywyn Beach.
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Mt Snowdon

A travel blog entry by barbo on Aug 15, 2014

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... by narrow guage, rack-and-pinion railway to the summit has been operating since 1896. There are steam and diesel engines...150 men worked for 14 months to construct the 8km railway to the summit, which includes several bridges, 2 viaducts and up a 1 in 7 incline. Our diesel labourishly pulled us up the inclines and we had intermittent views as the weather was overcast. There were many people including children walking the route which is over two ...

Mother Nature at her best

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 15, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... by sunny and warm.

The walk took us along the estuary and then the bay, ending just off the Atlantic Coast. We walked o'er hill and dale, through meadows, along the beach, along the railroad tracks, through "kissing gates" and over stiles. We saw rabbits, sheep, horses, many varieties of dogs, a baby mouse and numerous bird species. We found a lovely family-owned and run restaurant for our main meal of the day in Criccieth and had ...

Goodbye - it's been so nice to know ya!

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 13, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... noteworthy aspects. It is the first - and largest - of King Edward I's legion of mighty castles in Wales - built in 1283 as a single entity castle/town. King Edward's son, Edward was born at the castle and became the first Prince of Wales. In 1969, the investiture of Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales took place at Caernarfon and was televised world-wide. This was not an insignificant event in that Caernarfon has not been ...

The most technically perfect, medieval castle.....

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 12, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... 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 ...

From Conwy to Beaumaris to Caernarfon and Back

A travel blog entry by joannegg on Aug 11, 2014

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... the name boldly in sight.

A short drive later, we reached the Edwardian castle of Beaumaris - King Edward's largest and last. We toured this castle, which began construction in 1295, before crossing the street and taking in the interesting Old Court House Museum. It was interesting reading about some of the trials and harsh punishments for old and young alike. The tour included a pass to the nearby Beaumaris Jail so we took that in ...