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valis23 wrote:
Hi - I'm heading up to North Wales tomorrow with my girlfriend for Christmas with her family. This will be my second trip there and I'm looking for tips on sites. I think we'll be near Anglesey, and I seem to recall that there are a number of places to check out. We did make it up to Druid's Circle last time, but I don't think we'll have time for anything as ambitious as that, so something we can sneak off is the best we can hope for. By the same token, if we do manage to convince some of the family to come along, we'd still need somewhere not too hard on Mum's knees!

(Sorry, it feels like I'm trying to design a dining room or something - "We want a window for sun in the afternoon, but we don't want to clutter the floor with too many chairs, as we won't often have more than 2 or 3 guests at a time...")

All of this said, if anyone has a suggestion, I'd much appreciate it, but regardless, have a lovely holiday each and all of y'all!


Your best bet is Bryn Celli Ddu on Anglesey, only a five minute drive from the bridge over the Strait, and a ten minute walk from the carpark next to a little stream, with a site that will enthrall, mystify, and be easy on the knees when you get there.

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Posted by postman
23rd December 2010ce

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