Gwesty Minffordd Hotel
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... each way, so between the time to get out there, the time on the tour and the time to get back, I had enough time to have a quick look around town, grab a sandwich for lunch and then get back to the station. I picked up my bag and then boarded my second train for the day, on the heritage Ffestiniog Railway.
The company that runs this railway also runs the Welsh Highland Railway, which I'd been on two years before and runs from Porthmadog to Caernarfon, ...
... in his books on the engines there. Tristan was very excited that the engine for our carriages was "Douglas".
While still in the museum and shop Jo-Ann discovered that her Mastercard was missing. She remembered the shop in Bath that she had last used it and a phone call discovered that it was found and being held for her. We will need to made an unplanned return to Bath next week. We will be relatively close when we get to Cardiff.
Tristan took about 100 photos and videos ...
This week, we did a road trip across Wales. Today we travel from Manchester to Aberystwyth Wales.
Beautiful Castles and participating in Remembrance (Veteran's) Day across Wales/UK.
A fun weekend in New Quay to end the season. Halloween events on Friday, fireworks on the pier and the urban downhill event. The Main Street is closed for the brave cyclists to career from a field above the car park,weaving their way down narrow alleys,down steps and over ramps and all this in under 2 minutes! For once the dolphins were taking second place and the fishermen went on with their daily tasks oblivious to the goings on on ...
... us that all the workers that worked in or close to the castle were only allowed to be English, and only speak one language. They were afraid if there were maids, groundsmen, etc that spoke another language, they would be talking about the family behind their backs, and sharing secrets about the family. The workers in the quarry could be anyone, but those in close contact with the family had to be English.
That seems crazy that ...