I hadn’t gone out with the intention of taking photographs, so didn’t have my camera. This was too good an opportunity to miss though, so out came the phone.
Plas Mawr was thought to be the finest town house of the Elizabethan period in Britain.
The owner, Robert Wynn, was a prosperous merchant who loved grandeur. His house, built between 1576 and 1585, said to have cost around £800, reflects his status and wealth.
Having seen Jan’s posts about her 6+ mile hikes I admit to being a teensy bit apprehensive when we made arrangements to go for a walk on Conwy mountain. I’m more of a three (or four… possibly…on a good day) miles, and mostly on the level walker.
After going round, up and over, the pedometer app on my phone told me we’d done just over six and a half miles and climbed the equivalent of 79 floors! So, does that mean I qualify as a (mini) mountain climber?! ;-D It was definitely worth it, and a walk I’ll do again.