Travel Blogs from Builth Wells
Reluctantly left Launceston, we really enjoyed our time there. It was a nice leisurely start to our trip. Headed to Wales and taking the motorways we followed Sam and Maggie and in a little short of 3 hours crossed the river Severn and we have changed countries! Stopped at Tintern Abbey and after coffee strolled through this magnificent landmark …
Looking forward to starting out on our mini adventure and packing has now started in earnest.....Our rucksacks are bulging already, where will we put the other half of our stuff? ha ha! Still loads to do and running out of time fast,some things never ...
... in her back yard that originally housed a family of eight.
We drove out to Bwch nant yr Arian, a large nature reserve with lakes and treed valleys. We walked a circuit around and up to high points over two hours with red kites and buzzards circling the thermals. We ate wild bilberries. Spectacular long views to Aberystwyth at the coast. The kites have come back from almost extinction in this place.
We drove through ...
... drive through the centre of Wales, all high mountains and deep valleys, the fields lined in hedges, some ploughed. A patchwork. Over and through a national park Brecon Beacons with higher mountains and bigger lakes and ... green.
Arrive at Llanidloes and Steve and Orysia's place. Big vegie gardens and fruit orc************ a hill overlookin the valley. Steve waxed eloquent on the ...
On Monday we did two countries in one day. We woke up in Wales to find that the rain had finally caught up with us... But that wasn't going to stop us from visiting Brecon Beacons National Park and truly beautiful location that seemed to be never ending, It took us roughly half an hour to drive from end to end. It was so picturesque, impossible to take a bad photo as everywhere you looked there was an amazing view of the lush green park. We went on a short walking track (luckily ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed