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Previously on "Glad to see the english tourist board are catering for the Welsh...."

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  • Troll
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    Originally posted by richard-af View Post
    Russ?
    Twitty

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  • richard-af
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    Originally posted by Troll View Post
    I always liked Conway
    Russ?

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  • Troll
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    I always liked Conway

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  • richard-af
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    Originally posted by zeitghost
    But do try not to fall out of the cable car thing up the Great Orme...
    And mind your head if you go into the copper mines. You get a hard hat - wear it!

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  • richard-af
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    Originally posted by zeitghost
    LLLllllllllandudno is alleged to be nicer.
    It is - top place. I recommend the 1950's style coach trips - quaint, but good.

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  • Burdock
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    Originally posted by richard-af View Post
    It's the brown eye of the Universe.
    <rips holiday tickets up>

    cheers RAF. Looks like it's Bognor.


    Again.

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  • richard-af
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    Originally posted by zeitghost
    And from what I've heard, it's gone downhill since then too.
    It's the brown eye of the Universe.

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  • richard-af
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    Originally posted by zeitghost
    Ah.

    You mean "Rhyl".
    I'm not sure. I think I saw a newer roadsign saying "Rhyll", could be wrong. They often change the names in north Wales, when, I suspect, an old map or something is discovered. Rhyl or Rhyll, still a bumhole of a place.

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  • richard-af
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    Originally posted by Bluebird View Post
    where's that ?
    North Wales coastal hellhole. Full of Scousers and Scouse-Welsh breeds of unimaginable lowness. It was once (I believe) nice... about 80 years ago.

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  • Bluebird
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    Originally posted by richard-af View Post
    Do you holiday in Rhyll, then?
    where's that ?

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  • richard-af
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    Originally posted by Bluebird View Post
    I go every year, then when I return I'm so much more grateful for where I was born and where I live...
    Do you holiday in Rhyll, then?

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  • Bluebird
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    I go every year, then when I return I'm so much more grateful for where I was born and where I live...

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  • richard-af
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    I didn't realise that the Welsh went on holiday. I shall have to be very careful where I go on my hols, from now on.

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  • Bluebird
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    and the leek.

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  • Bluebird
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    do you take Welsh Euros ?

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