After a good night’s sleep at the Sŵn Y Môr, we had breakfast (coffee, toast and a nicely traditional fry-up) bright and early. We headed for our first target – the Great Orme Tramway, where we travelled on two of these:
to the top of the Great Orme, a rocky outcrop overlooking Llandudno. The trams are a cable driven system, with one section leading from the bottom to the halfway station you can see in the photo above, where you change to another tram to get to the top.
And at the top, you can enjoy the view. Being me, I’m offering a less usual view. These are some of the offshore wind turbines that can be seen from Llandudno:
I may work on another version of that one when I’m in front of a bigger screen. Also on the Orme is a rather nice bronze goat:
After a coffee and a general look around, we took the tram back down and got the open-top tour bus, which took us around Llandudno and over to Conwy. This photo was taken though the front window of the bus, so excuse the odd reflections:
Once back in Llandudno, we had a walk along the pier, where I spotted some strange activity:
We also spotted the cable cars which weren’t running when we were on the Great Orme:
That was followed by a wander around the town before returning to the hotel for a rest. And that was followed by a return visit to Wetherspoon’s. We had thought of going somewhere else, but since it was Thursday, which meant it was Curry Club night, we had a curry there, which was quite acceptable.
More fun tomorrow!
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