Innkeeper's Lodge Cardiff

Tyn-y-Parc Road, Cardiff, Southern Wales, Wales, CF14 6BG , United Kingdom | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Heath area of Cardiff, is near Castell Coch, Bute Park, Roath Park, and Cardiff Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Cardiff

Day 46 London

A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Oct 11, 2014

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... the UK. This took up most of the afternoon but it was totally worth it, one of the best tours I've done. For dinner we found an Indian restaurant on the maps app and decided to try it out. So good. Peshwari Naan is my new found love, what a meal. We walked to Piccadilly circus and around the streets for a while before heading back to the station and home. Good day, London is a great place to ...

Day 44 Marshfield

A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Oct 06, 2014

We got up reasonably early to go and visit Imogen's Nan in hospital, she had a broken ankle. It was also her Grandgrads 80th birthday so we had a nice lunch in Hereford at a pub. Nice chilled day and nice to meet Imogen's grandparents. We stayed at Imogen's parents place and watched a movie. Pretty quiet day but nice all the ...

Day 43 Newport

A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Oct 06, 2014

Today was just getting on a plane and back to Newport. Too easy. Imogen's best friend Jess was having a few drinks for her 21st so we headed into Cardiff for that. I felt a little awkward at first at her friends but they were really friendly and great value. Especially Ben and Lydia, bloody funny buggers. We headed to a club and I downed a few drinks as fast as possible to get a little bit tipsy. This was a ...

Off to Cardiff

A travel blog entry by lil.wombat on Aug 25, 2014

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... Bath, and Bristol (that's all I can remember anyway). Got off the train and found my way to the backpackers I'm staying in. I couldn't check in until 2, so I dropped by bag off and then went for a walk. Headed to what appeared to be the town centre. It was a big purple section on my map, which stood out from the rest. Turns out it was the shopping and eating district. I walked around, looking at all sorts, just wandering really. I kept wandering around (in the end, in circles) until it ...

Mines and Mountains Tour

A travel blog entry by goatgoingsolo on Nov 12, 2013

... end up going blind from living in near darkness after a year or two. And the coal miners, their life expectancy was 45 years. Women and children from the age of 10 worked in the mines too.

We then travelled through Brecon National Park, where 90% of the land is owned by sheep and cattle farmers, who have lived there for generations. We nearly ran over one of the sheep on the road, and we saw wild ponies too!

Brecon town was ...