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Destination today is Cardigan but before then some castles to visit.
Brekkie at the hotel is only £7.50, what we think is a bargain for a full buffet at a hotel, so we have our fill to get us through to lunch and head back out in Asterix the Astra.
I forgot to mention two things. Right behind the hotel is Cardiff Arms Park and then behind it Millennium Stadium, the previous and current homes of Welsh rugby. Millennium even hosted the FA ...
... The cobbled streets and narrow lanes; the cafe lined high street which has been pedestrianised for the summer visitors; the beaches and boats in the harbour. A lively town with lots of buskers and stalls to keep the hoilday makers happy.
Another time we would like to take a boat trip to Caldey Island and have a seafood meal at one of the many fish restaurants here.
I made ...
Sorry to see you go...We loved your company
Ciara says: ' Love you...miss you..come and see us soon.'
Becky says ' You say the cutest things we love you.'
Freya says 'Missing you very much already and hope to see you again soon.. didn't we have fun?'
... Brilliant fun, I really loved doing the 'Harry Potter Stuff' my wand is cool it has a snake on it.'
Freya says ' It is fab and really exciting I loved going to all the different beaches and liked Angle beach the best.'
Georgie says ' Fun and amazing because I like doing all the worksheets and getting prizes. Best of all is seeing everybody and being the 'Famous Seven'
... square in the town. Complete with a castle on the hill it really has everything a picture postcard town requires.
Knickerbocker Glorys in the Ice Cream Parlour completed the outing and we went home for Freya's Bistro night of Spag Bol! delicious!! Freya and Georgie played 'I'm gonna get yer' and Ciara and Becky, Dave, Colin and Kay played 'Outburst' The girls won of course and the men ...