The Woburn Hill Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the train going into Snowdonia. We also were confused with the train schedule. I and another girl had looked up the times before hand, but the time we wanted was not on the schedule. The schedule was wrong and the time we found online was right, so we stopped looking at the schedules. We hiked two different trails in Snowdonia, each took us about two hours. We had soup and sandwiches at a café between the hikes. We were lucky that it barely ...
So obviously people in Britain don't celebrate the 4th of July like we do, but they do have something that we do not- Bonfire Night! It is also called Guy Fawkes Night, in honor of a man named Guy Fawkes. For those of you who don't know....grab a seat and enjoy the wonderful story of Guy Fawkes! :)
It was November 5, 1605. The House of Parliament was about to be opened, which meant that all the ...
Today we went rock climbing for my Outdoor Pursuits class.
The rock we went on was called Lion Rock.
Our teacher, Rachel, set up three lines to use. They ranged from easy to hard. The easy one was hard for the first few feet, but after that there were good foot and hand holds.
The medium one ...
Today was another day of the Outdoor Pursuits class. We went Gorge Scrambling at Afon DDu. It was a challenge trying to stay on the rocks and not fall onto them. We climbed up a waterfall, and finally got there. It was very testing emotionally, mentally, and physically on me. I am glad after the fact that I did it, but ...
Today I climbed a mountain in the Outdoor Pursuits Class. It was the longest hike I have ever been on. It took the whole time but I did manage to make it up and down the mountain!
It was more challenging than I thought it would be because we weren't really following a trail, but rock scrambling. The mountain was Tryfan on the Snowdonia Range. It was about 900 meters above sea level.
Going up ...