Gwesty Minffordd Hotel
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... s actually the Monk's Bridge. Which makes way more sense, since it's built by monks!
It has a steep staircase going down right next to a waterfall, at the bottom you hop over the little river on a makeshift bridge and up again the other side. We were a little worried at this point if it wouldn't be too much for Alexis, since she already started nagging halfway to the burial chamber. (She actually threw a fit and lay down in ...
... rolling countryside, and very difficult to tell which country you're in. If anything, the valleys are wider in England, but otherwise not much difference.Also, in Wales we hardly saw any cattle; nearly all sheep. Where in England it seems more 50/50 of each. Wales of course has mostly Welsh people too, and England has more pigs.
We're now well and truly back in England. Just went past ...
... old hippie". He was about 70 with long grey hair, a wispy grey beard and granny glasses who made and sold honey and mead. Very entertaining. He gave her some honey for her cold and we bought some mead. We drove on, across the bridge, to the Isle of Anglesey and our "old mansion" du jour. As usual it is off the beaten track, with lovely grounds and modernized rooms. Very Downton Abbey-ish. We explored a bit then went for a ...
... The hotel is on the boardwalk and we've seen more people this afternoon than anytime in the last few days. Christine took a nap and I had a beer overlooking the street and read the paper and people watched. Very nice.
We googled places to eat and walked around the downtown to the restaurant. Unfortunately, no reservation, no joy. We bought a bottle of red wine and picked up a pizza and returned to our room that overlooks the Irish Sea and watched the sun ...
Today we moved again!
We followed my uncle's cute little yellow Fiat most of the way!
We drove to Hay On Wye and had a look around!
Hay On Wye is famous for it's bookshops. There are so many!
I went to the first bookshop that was ever there!