Attractions in Cardigan Reviews
Newest Review: ... certainly an option if you like holidays on your own shores. We arrived in the afternoon, got off the bus and went to the tourist information. On the way there we passed a manifestation, a group of people shouting and stomping around in front of a shop, holding up placards telling the world that they had found a shop assistant who wasn't bilingual and demanding the shop owner to sack her at once. Now I must tell you that I studied English philology at the university of Heidelberg in Germany. I had already learnt that many people in Wales wanted more or complete independence from England, but it's one thing to learn from books and a dif... more
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by - written on 29/03/01, updated on 15/04/13 (Very useful, 364 readings)
An Eisteddfod in Cardigan an educational holiday Some years ago my husband and I decided to go to London for a fortnight to visit friends and to do the sights thoroughly. But we didn't, that is, we went to London all right, but we didn't see much of our friends as one set of parents had arrived unexpectedly, and after one week of thorough sightseeing we felt that it was time for a break. We knew that we would come back one day and so we set off for Wales. As we had come by plane and didn't want to learn from experience what traffic on the wrong side of the road means (Your side of the road can't be the right side, how can the left ... Read the complete review
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