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Day 7 (Aberystwyth, Wales to Keswick, England)

We enjoyed one final breakfast at Bodalwyn, and had a wonderful chat with a couple from England who have been visting Bodalwyn for years. We told them we were planning to drive along and stop at castles along the north of Wales. They said, if we had only time to go in one castle, we should make it Caernarfon, as it is where they do the investiture of the Prince of Wales.


Day 6 (Aberystwyth, Wales)

We awoke to a cloudy and drizzly day, but another excellent breakfast. Afterward we walked up to Alfred Place Baptist Church, where we were warmly greeted, ("You must be the visitors from Maine."). We also met the guest preacher from Bradford-upon-Avon (in England), then went in to the service. We had a wonderful time of worship and heard an excellent message on how Jesus has abolished death (2 Timothy 1:10).

After the service we met some of the local congregation members, who gave us advice on things to see along the remainder of our travels in the UK.


Day 5 (Aberystwyth, Wales)

Hillary and Clive served us a delicious breakfast. Each night you select from several choices, so we knew just what would be served.

Unfortunately, we had received a telephone call from someone trying to make a reservation on the Internet for Brewster House, and having a problem, so we were a bit late to breakfast while we attempted to solve the problem.


Day 4 (Chipping Campden to Aberystwyth, Wales)

Another one of Jane's excellent full English breakfasts. We were sad to leave, as we had thoroughly enjoyed Bramley House and Chipping Campden and the Cotswolds. Still, we were anxious to see the new adventures in Aberystwyth and in Wales.


Day 3 (Chipping Campden)

We began with a full English breakfast. Jane's breakfast was superb! She then gave us suggestions of several things to do and places to visit.



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