The Woburn Hill Hotel

Address: High Street, Cemaes Bay, Island of Anglesey, North Wales, Wales, LL67 OHU, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Cemaes Bay

    The Great Orme and Dinner

    A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 05, 2015

    13 photos

    ... such as camp circles and caves. As well, it was the site of Bronze Age copper mining, dating back 4000 years; which is the same age as Stonehenge". We also visited an old church named for Saint Tudno. The headland is limestone and there are places with limestone pavement much like we saw in the Chamonix area in France. Bracken, gorse and heather was everywhere, as well as wild goats grazing. The weather was very changeable with wind and rain at several points. We walked all ...

    Thoughts and Musings........

    A travel blog entry by mpraytravelpod on Aug 05, 2015

    I can't believe how fast this trip is going. It seems like just the other day we were packing up for the trip then we were suddenly at Heathrow then seeing Naomi then through York and leaving Chester. Tomorrow we will be at the Castle and before we know it we'll be in Dublin and flying home. Wow!

    They say time flies when you're having fun so I guess we must be having a blast. I hope that the boys will come home from this trip with ...

    Up Mount Snowdon

    A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 04, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... not to look into it. At the summit cairn I couldn't stand against it so just leaned forward from below it to touch it. The wind had to be nearly 120 km per hour there. We then made our way down to the small rail line station near the top, which of course wasn't working today. We were hoping to ride it down the mountain.The small shelter at the train terminus was closed with five people huddling out of the wind in a little alcove. One young woman ...

    Travel to Llandudno

    A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 03, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... for that leg, although there was hardly anywhere to put bags. We transferred at Chester and at that point, had no seats for the rest of the trip to Llandudno, even though they were reserved. British Rail used to be very well organized, but everything was privatized years ago and now the trains are overly crowded and unsafe, with bags in the aisles and people pushing and shoving to get on and off. Everyone here takes it in stride though. Llandudno is a ...

    Day 8 of our Great British Adventure

    A travel blog entry by robinlapham on Aug 01, 2015

    6 photos

    ... ounce. None of them sound like they are spelled. This is the land of many poets and singers and we listened to some of the native music while on our bus today. We sat next to a Welsh couple at dinner tonight and had a wonderful conversation. The people here are all very friendly and interested in what we think of ...