White Waters Country Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be able to celebrate with her. Naomi, Heather, Peter, Kristie, Alexa, and I all went to the student bar on campus and then a club in town called Rosie's. We spent the evening bopping around and just having a good time. I always enjoy going out with them and I can't wait to continue that in the next 3 months. Ben is turning 21 next week so I'm sure that will bring some good laughs and celebration. Overall, I ...
... narrows considerably allowing only one boat at a time to pass.
Once we were safely moored, we walked into Llangollen, well known for its Welsh heritage and eisteddfods.
We sat for a while on the terrace of the Corn Mill (Y Felin Yd), watching canoeist negotiate the waters of the River Dee and the steam train arrive at the railway station.
... the Corn Mill which has a lovely outdoor seating area over the river, then took a ride on the preserved steam railway from Llangollan to Corag a very pleasant way to spend an hour and a half, the line passes through lovely countryside following the Dee all the way. Chris,s ankle was more swollen and sore at the end of the day, she will have to rest tomorrow though recons cycling is ok. ...
... a Victorian home with beautiful marble fireplaces in every room. We are a stone's throw from the canals that dot this area of Wales. Constructed to bring water to the villages, they are still used for that purpose. They are now also used for the narrow canal boats that squeeze through carrying vacationers who rent the boats or tourists like us who take a cruise on either a boat pulled by a horse as in days gone by or on one ...
... we now have uninterrupted views in all directions of fine open moorland. We may be a long way from the Pennine Way, but one thing this moor has in common with its Yorkshire compatriot is mud and mire. Our shoes are already wet and muddy from our morning exploits, so it doesn’t worry us to slosh through water and mud in the sun this afternoon. We leave the moor by walking out onto a remote minor road which we then follow for over a kilometre. Once again ...