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twutter official about me leave a comment posted on january 20, 2017 24 things not to miss in wales by welshmanadventures tweet courtesy of: rough guides leave a comment posted on january 18, 2017 the welsh flag by welshmanadventures tweet many centuries ago when dragons roamed the land, a white dragon descended upon a small village and decided to live there. the white dragon had an icy cold temper and would freeze everything in his path. but what the ice dragon did not know was that another dragon was already living in the area. a red fire dragon lived close to the village and was hibernating in a cave by the cliff. six months later the red dragon awoke to find a huge white dragon wrapped around his village that he cared for. he could tell that his people were ill from the cold. the red dragon felt a chill of sorrow in the icy air. the land was bare, nothing was able to grow not even the pesky dandelions. the people were starving. the people longed for the red dragon to free them from the icy misery, so that their life and land could return to the sunny and warm climate that it was once before. the red fire dragon challenged the white ice dragon to a single combat fight at the top of the cliff the next day. the next morning the red dragon flew up to the top of the cliff where the ice dragon waited. the people of the village watched in terror awaiting their fate. the red dragon lunged forward and hit the ice dragon’s chest with his horn. the ice dragon howled with rage as the blue blood poured from his chest. the ice dragon slashed back using his tail and wacked the red dragon’s head. the battle fell silent as the red dragon rocketed high up into the clouds. the people looked up to see the red dragon soar down like an arrow. in seconds he sliced the other’s head off using the point of his tail. the ice dragon fell dead to the ground. the crowd cheered with joy as the red dragon roared with triumph. the mayor of the village declared that the land should always fly a flag with the symbol of a red dragon on it. the flag’s background should be half green and half white. the green to represent the lush green grass of the land and the white to represent the ice. this way no one would ever forget what happened. after the battle, the red dragon went back to his cave and fell into a deep sleep and never woke up. from then on it rains in the green land of wales in sorrow for the red dragon’s death. courtesy of: mieke ann hateboer leave a comment posted on january 18, 2017 mountain biking at coed llandegla, north wales by welshmanadventures tweet courtesy of: ride north wales leave a comment posted on january 18, 2017 10 top-rated tourist attractions in wales by welshmanadventures tweet 1 snowdonia snowdonia share: think of wales, and you’ll likely think of snowdonia, the beautiful range of mountains and hills located in the county of gwynedd. consisting of 14 majestic peaks over 3,000 ft high – the most famous being the 3,546 ft snowdon (the summit of which is accessible by train) – snowdonia can be seen as far away as porthmadog on the west coast. when you’re there, it’s easy to see why the area has featured so heavily in local legends, including those based around king arthur, who locals will insist was welsh. snowdonia national park is also one of the most popular hiking and climbing destinations in britain, and extends from the coast all the way to bala lake. accommodation: where to stay in snowdonia – tripadvisor.com read more: exploring snowdonia: a visitor’s guide 2 brecon beacons national park brecon beacons national park share: brecon beacons national park encompasses one of the most beautiful parts of wales. this hiker’s paradise is bordered by two quite different sets of black mountains. the first, to the west, is the source of the river usk, while to the east is the range famous for its wild ponies. most of the mountains in this 520 square mile park are higher than 1,000 ft, many in excess of 2,000 ft, and are named after the red sandstone that causes them to resemble the beacons of light once used to warn of invaders. be sure to explore the park’s many caves and waterfalls, the most famous being henryd falls at coelbren. accommodation: where to stay near brecon beacons national park – tripadvisor.com 3 devil’s bridge and the hafod estate (editors pick) devil’s bridge and the hafod estate (editors pick) share: located 12 miles from the seaside town of aberystwyth, a day trip to devil’s bridge is a day well spent. first, explore the three bridges that span the rheidol gorge, spectacularly stacked one-atop-the-other with the oldest dating from the 11th century. from here you’ll get your first glimpse of the river mynach as it plunges 300 ft into the valley far below. next, follow the falls nature trail to the bottom. it’s a bit of a climb back up – especially those steep slippery steps of jacob’s ladder, the segment leading to the oldest bridge – but the views are incredible. afterwards, visit hafod estate, 200-acres of lovingly restored woodlands and 18th century gardens once considered the finest in britain. while the manor house is long gone, visitors can enjoy pleasant hikes along well-marked trails past waterfalls, ancient trees, and the estate’s old walled formal gardens. and if you’re looking for an idyllic cottage vacation, the wonderful old hawthorn cottage allows guests an unforgettable experience. hafod estate, pontrhydygroes, ystrad-meurig, ceredigion official site: www.hafod.org accommodation: where to stay in aberystwyth – tripadvisor.com 4 wales by rail wales by rail share: wales was once famous for its mining operations, in particular of the slate used for the roofing still so common here. while the majority of these mines and quarries have closed, the narrow-gauge railways used to shift goods (and later, victorian-era tourists) around the country have been restored and now provide a fun means of getting about. wales boasts more than 10 heritage railway lines, and it’s now possible to take in many of the most popular landmarks, whether mountains, seaside towns or castles, simply by jumping on a steam train. many of the bigger lines, such as the 14 mile-long ffestiniog railway running through snowdonia national park, offer unique train driving courses and volunteer opportunities to add to the experience. official site: www.greatlittletrainsofwales.co.uk 5 caernarfon castle caernarfon castle share: built by king edward i in the 13th century as a seat for the first prince of wales, caernarfon castle is one of the largest castles in the country. with its 13 towers and two gates, this massive castle is recognized as one of the most impressive and best-preserved medieval fortresses in europe. occupying the site of an even older norman castle, caernarfon castle dominates the waters of the river seiont and the menai strait on one side, and is protected by a moat on the other. its royal heritage continues to this day, and in 1969 was the scene of prince charles’s investiture as prince of wales. accommodation: where to stay in caernarfon – tripadvisor.com 6 llandudno llandudno share: dubbed the “queen of the welsh resorts”, llandudno is the largest seaside resort town in wales. located on the north coast with views across the irish sea, this picture-perfect tourist destination lies nestled between the welsh mainland and the great orme, a peninsula inhabited since the stone age. the town boasts a unique promenade free of the usual seaside shops and cafés, which were wisely placed behind the seafront to ensure victorian visitors a more peaceful experience. the best views of the town and its surrounds can be had from the great orme, easily accessible by a heritage tramway. well connected by rail and road, llandudno is a wonderful place from which to tour wales’ spectacular north coast. official site: www.visitllandudno.org.uk accommodation: where to stay in llandudno – tripadvisor.com 7 portmeirion (editors pick) portmeirion (editors pick) share: portmeirion is a beautiful hotel resort and visitor attraction located on the coast of snowdonia national park in gwynedd, north wales. built by sir cough williams-ellis between 1925-1975, this remarkable destination – designed to resemble a quaint italian fishing village – is best visited as part of an overnight stay. after the gates close, guests get the whole place to themselves to explore further, from its beautiful gardens, fountains and church, to the coastal paths of the lower village. the location for numerous films and tv programs – including the 1960s cult show, the prisoner – portmeirion is a must-see for anyone planning a trip to wales. hours: daily, 9.30-7.30 (except christmas) admission: adults, £10; children 4-15, £6 minffordd, penrhyndeudraeth, gwynedd official site: www.portmeirion-village.com accommodation: where to stay in portmeirion – tripadvisor.com 8 conwy conwy castle share: located on the north coast of wales just a short distance from manchester, conwy offers just about everything one could hope for in a day trip: a stunning castle, medieval architecture, and plenty of great shopping. the best views of conwy castle and river conwy with its suspension bridge designed by thomas telford are to be found from the 13th century town walls built by king edward i to keep the welsh at bay. afterwards, visit the national trust’s aberconwy house, conwy’s only surviving 14th century merchant’s house and one of the first buildings to be built inside the town walls. other interesting homes are the elizabethan plas mawr, as well as the smallest house in great britain. official site: www.visitconwy.com/homesub.php 9 anglesey anglesey share: separated from mainland wales by the mile-wide menai strait – spanned by the menai suspension bridge (1818) – the isle of anglesey is home to a number of quaint small fishing villages sprinkled along its more than 100 miles of attractive coastline. along with its sandy beaches and landmarks such as south stack lighthouse, the island’s mild climate makes it popular for day-trippers and campers alike. the smaller holy island, linked to anglesey by bridge, is a popular holiday resort with two promenades (one of them 1.5 miles-long), while tiny salt island offers great views and a chance for some bird watching. finally, one of the world’s most famous photo ops is on the railway platforms of the town with the world’s longest place name: llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllandysiliogogogoch. 10 pembrokeshire coast pembrokeshire coast share: surrounded by water on three sides, wales has more than its fair share of dramatic coastline. some of the most imposing is to be found along the coast of pembrokeshire peninsular, which juts out like an old man’s chin into the irish sea. whether on foot or by car, you’ll find everything here: historic castles and keeps (pembroke castle), cathedrals (st david’s in the town of the same name), and idyllic fishing harbors such as laugharne, perhaps most famous as the place where welsh poet dylan thomas lived for much of his life (his boathouse home above the bay is now a museum). as elsewhere in wales, adventurous travellers can really get away from it all by staying in a variety of unique accommodations including classic old farm cottages, gypsy caravans, or vintage railcars. courtesy of: http://www.planetware.com/tourist-attractions/wales-w.htm give these guys a visit, lots of very useful information… leave a comment posted on january 18, 2017 the lost mansion of baron hill, anglesey by welshmanadventures tweet its a little bit like the film “return to oz” courtesy of: alan wyn hughes leave a comment posted on january 18, 2017 abandoned gothic mental asylum in wales (denbigh) by welshmanadventures tweet a truly unique building… courtesy of: exploring with cody leave a comment posted on january 17, 2017 cardiff – the city by welshmanadventures tweet courtesy of: cardiff university leave a comment posted on january 17, 2017 welsh saying to live by! by welshmanadventures tweet dywed yn dda am dy gyfaill, am dy elyn dywed ddim translation: speak well of your friend; of your enemy, say nothing. leave a comment posted on january 17, 2017 anglesey sunset – by drone by welshmanadventures tweet courtesy of: ben regan leave a comment posted on january 17, 2017 a flight around anglesey! by welshmanadventures tweet courtesy of: eric avery posts navigation 1 2 3 » welshman adventuresfollow @hencymru tweets by @@hencymru welshman adventuresfollow hencymru on snapchat!weather forecast walescardiff, united kingdomsunny+3°cfeels like: +-1°c humidity: 75%wind: 6m/s ene sat +2°c sun +3°c mon +4°c apixu.com quote of the day more good quotes copyright © 2017 · all rights reserved · twutter official 90s retro from organic themes · rss feed · log in we use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. if you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.ok


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