Very well done video of Llandudno

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to get to my favourite resort but am hoping to sometime in 2011. For this reason I’ve not been able to update this blog much with stories of my adventures, but I thought I’d share a view videos of Llandudno that I’ve found in various places – for example this very well done video which shows a lot of the sights of Llandudno on a gorgeous sunny day – just how it’s meant to be experienced (though I’ve experienced every extreme of weather on my travels there!) Enjoy this video and I hope to post more soon!

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3 Responses to Very well done video of Llandudno

  1. Andy says:

    As this video shows, LLandudno in the sun is great place. Really looking forward to spending some time there this spring.

  2. Andy 2 says:

    It isn’t called the Queen of Welsh resorts for nothing. When you live here as I do you sometimes forget what a stunning place it really is.

  3. Neil says:

    I recently visited Llandudno, staying near Llanwrst for a week. Although Llandudno itself is pretty, I’m afraid the whole experience has been rather tainted by the Parking Eye GBP50 parking fee I received 3 weeks later. The pay and display charges after 2 hours (Parc Llandudno) and 3 hours (Mostyn Champney) free parking is not well advertised and, as a visitor to Llandudno, I completely missed it. I spent 4 hours in Debenhams during the sales (the car park was totally empty when I left, which is why the charge is all the more galling) with my wife. This policy needs reviewing or it will drive away much-needed business from Llandudno’s shops during the peak summer season.

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