Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Beaumaris and Llandudno

A day later than I said I would be but here I am with the rest of our weekend in Wales.  We left Anglesey via Beaumaris on Saturday.Beaumaris, AngleseyThis old building is in the middle of a street full of shops and when I read the inscription over the door  I wasBeaumaris, Anglesey amazed to see it has been standing there for 600 years or more!  I love stuff like that.  Just higher up the same street is an antiques shop inside of which I took this picture.  I love these old ranges. Beaumaris, AngleseyI remember my granny had one like this when I was a little (very little) girl.  Beaumaris, AngleseyOne minute away is the sea front and, just like everywhere else we’d seen on Anglesey, it too was beautiful.

Sunday was another gorgeous, almost spring-like day and we set off for Llandudno. Llandudno You can see how clear the skies were in these two pictures but believe me it was cold! LlandudnoWe  stepped it out and made for the pier.LlandudnoDon’t you just love these old shops with their ubiquitous buckets and spades, postcards and goodness knows what else?  This one is actually on the pier.Kathleen on Llandudno Pier. We were with Brenda & Arthur, staying with them for the weekend. 07/03/2010 We stopped at the cafe at the bottom of the pier for a drink and to take in the view.Llandudno Red Wharf Bay, AngleseyAnd because it’s nearly spring and because we were in Wales here’s a bunch of daffs for you!
We had a good time with Bren and Arch, we ate a lot and laughed a lot and had a lot of fresh air. It was excellent!


Ivo Serentha and Friends said...

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Even week another photo album

Greetings from Italy,


Anonymous said...

I clicked on 1 comment and here was anon. Keep up the good work because I love to see what you have been doing and of course the ever beautiful pics. Love Moll