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St. David’s Day

There is just something about Wales. The names of towns are amazing; they have so many consonants.

I am sorry if it makes me sound like an idiot American, but it feels older here. More peaceful. I see where Tolkien got a lot of inspiration for the culture of the hobbits here. You don’t feel rushed or hurried to anything. At least not by the people who live here.
We got around early this morning and headed east to take advantage of St. David’s Day in Wales. Conwy Castle was free to enter today, so people were everywhere, but we had a good time. We even got some lunch and back to the car before the rain started in earnest. The boys slept the whole way home and we made it back in time to watch the second half of the rugby match. Good day.

 

Conwy Castle in Wales.
This is just to show off my amazing lunch. You just cannot get enough full English breakfast. I took another picture of my empty plate, but I am sure you don’t care.

 

Full English Breakfast.

3 Responses to “St. David’s Day”

  • ancilla_ksst

    I love old buildings, so visiting England was great for me. We didn’t get to Wales. We did see London and a few towns/ historical sites around there. Such a fascinating lot of history every where you look.

    • CollaredMom

      I agree. I love that in the U.S. We think of a one hundred year old house as old. Walking around a castle that is fifteen hundred years old really puts things in perspective. Hope you make it to Wales someday.

  • DelFonte

    I’m fortunate to be able to see the footholds of Wales nearly every day, although I live in England. Conwy is a great castle, mighty cold on a windy day. I lived in a 1400 year old house once. They must have been small in those days, because you have to duck for every door way and beam. For all their beauty, I prefer my twenty year old house, much less problematic to live in.

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