Snowdonia and Port Meirion

Trip Start Sep 05, 2005
Trip End Nov 08, 2005

Loading Map
Map your own trip!
Map Options
Show trip route
Hide lines
Where I stayed
Snowdonia National Park

Flag of United Kingdom  ,
Monday, September 26, 2005

Met with I and L at Holyhead ferry port.  They drove to their house and it is amazing, just like a castle!!  Part of it was built in 1640 and the rest in the 1900's.  Went for a walk with K and S to the local pub 'The White Eagle".  Later that night we ordered Green Curries from the local Thai restaurant, and watched TV.

Woke up early and drove to see I's father, A.  Then onto Snowdonia National Park.  The most gorgeous scenery, simply awe inspiring.  Kind of like Scotland in the sense it was very mountainous.
We then stopped at Port Meirion, a village built off the peninsula of Snowdonia.  It is a village that was built in 1927 to demonstrate that you can build a whole village in harmony with the surroundings, and still keep all the beauty of the natural environment.  Port Meirion was also the location for The Prisoner :)
For afternoon tea we stopped off in a small town, Betws-y-Coed and had Devonshire quaint and delightful!  Dinner at the White Eagle.
Report as Spam
  • Your comment has been posted. Click here or reload this page to see it below.

  • Please enter a comment.
  • Please provide your name.
  • Please avoid using symbols in your name.
  • This name is a bit long. Please shorten it, or avoid special characters.
  • Please enter your email address to receive notification
  • Please enter a valid email address

Use this image in your site

Copy and paste this html: