An October 2009 trip
to Wales by Liam Hetherington
Quote: The north of Wales has two big selling points. Firstly, it is liberally sprinkled with castles and other monuments telling of its rich, deep history. Secondly, it has some of Britain's most majestic landscapes, which transform from brooding to beautiful in the passing of a cloud.
Attraction | "On a Clear Day You Can See for (70!) Miles..."
Member Rating 3 out of 5 on August 26, 2011
Moel Famau Country Park
Bwlch Penbarras, Off The A494
Attraction | "Llandudno: the Queen of the Welsh Resorts"
Llandudno Seaside Resort and Town
Conwy County Borough, Wales
Attraction | "A Mill, a Dell and a Bottle of Beer"
Member Rating 2 out of 5 on August 26, 2011
East Side Of Conwy Valley Off A470
Colwyn Bay, Conway LL28 5RE
Attraction | "Keeping the Welsh Down for 825 Years"
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 26, 2011
Coast Road - A55
44 1492 592358
Attraction | "Where Seagulls Dare: One of Britain's Top Hikes"
Snowdonia National Park
Attraction | "The Stream in the Sky"
Between Trevor And Froncysyllte
Manchester, United Kingdom