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Sheepless in Swansea
Swansea in General
Member Name: Piskie Lips
Swansea in General
Date: 25/07/00, updated on 25/07/00 (25 review reads)
Disadvantages: none really
I recently vistied Wales on a modeling shoot I couldn’t believe how big it was, from a young age I was under the misconception that Wales was tiny and that it was full of sheep and rugby fields, Well it is not true, while I was in Wales I did not see one sheep.
I would also like to tell you about the hotel that I stayed in,
It was called The Dolphin Hotel Located in the centre of Swansea it has 66 Tastefully furnished bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms , colour televisions with a choice of channels including sky channels, a hair dryer and trouser press. Room service is also available 24 hours a day.
Whilst staying in this hotel I found that the staff are extremely friendly and a lot more helpful than staff that I have spoken to in other hotels.
This is not the most expensive hotel in the city but being situated in the centre I found it to be extremely pleasant and staying there made my stay in Wales much nicer.
I would also like to say to any persons that are reading this that love clubbing that Swansea has some brilliant clubs and bars, all along the Kingsway there are clubs and pubs, so no matter which days you are staying there, you can go out every night.
Whilst in Swansea I visited Oxwich Bay , this beach is beautiful , it has a small beach shop and is a must if you are visiting the south of Wales, situated a few miles west of Swansea in the Gower Peninsula.
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