We stopped to see the 13th century Conwy Castle and there is a very impressive bridge to to cross Conwy River.
It was a very pleasant little seaside town with much history of course.
What is this red thing?
The sign explains.
The interior had more space than we thought it would. It has a fireplace with a stove, a sitting area and a bedroom. No sign of a bathroom though, nor anywhere for a dishwasher to fit.
This was the day we saw the Welsh railway station with the ever so long name. I bet John Gray of Wales could wrap his lips around it.
Ah, big sea. Must be the Irish Sea.
I think this was our departure point from Holyhead as we set forth by ferry to Dublin.
I think the ferry trip was about two and a half hours. The wind was strong and freezing, and it rained. Only fools and me with my camera were on deck.
I think Dublin looked nice. Mostly we had stayed near the centre of towns but not this time. We were some distance out but in a rather nice hotel.
Is there a United Kingdom competition for the best flower baskets? We just loved seeing them. They would cook at home with with our hot summer days.
Yes, not a bad room at all. We have two nights here.
Still unsafe showers but quite attractive unsafe showers in an attractive bathroom.