Anglesey and Bangor

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Anglesey and Bangor Reviews

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Anglesey and Bangor Dec 12, 2017
The Isle of Anglesey is off the North Wales coast,seperated by the Menai Strates. I had travelled from Llandudno, by train,via Bangor, to Holyhead, mainly for ride. Anglesey is flat compared to the main land. At the end of Holyhead rail station is the Ferry terminal for ferries to Dublin. Two companies , Stena Line and Irish Ferries. I left the station by modern foot bridge to Holyhead high street,to the right is the roman fort wall,old church and the first ever school in Wales. I returned to Bangor by train passing through the rail station with the longest name--in welsh--Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch----in english--The church of Mary in the hollow of the white hazel near the fierce whirlpool and the church of tysilio by the red cave.-- Trains do stop here but you must look at the timetable.---Bangor has a cathedral,i had a meal in a pub near here. In the main street is a slate strip on the ground showing dates and facts of Bangor.. This trip had been mainly for the ride, which i enjoyed , returning to Llandudno by bus.---Caernarvaon is 29 miles and Conwy 39 miles away.
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