Monday, 5 June 2017

North Wales - Part Two



Day Four.

We went to the Welsh Mountain Zoo. 
















After the zoo we went back into Llandudno and browsed in a few shops and then found a tea room.




Day Five.

We went to Portmeirion.

Portmeirion is a pretty little village designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village. It is now owned by a charitable trust.

This was my favourite day out, I loved it such a beautiful place.






















On the way back we stopped in Porthmadog and browsed in a few shops.


Day six.

We visited Llanberis.




We walked up to the old quarry hospital, it took me ages to hobble up those steps.








Then we went down to the Slate Museum and had some refreshments before looking around.



The old miners cottages.






One from the sixties.







Day seven.

I love to visit churches and cathedrals, so we always fit in a few visits on our holidays.

St Margaret's church Bodelwyddan.








Next stop St Asaph Cathedral.

They were having a flower festival.










The next stop was Chester Cathedral and then some refreshments before wandering around the town for a few hours.

I do hope you enjoyed seeing our trip to Wales.