Adding this just because I love the look of it…from our walk into the town of Betws-y-Coed in North Wales. May 14, 2008

A greenery covered bridge on the walk to the town of Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. May 14, 2008

The Fairy Glen Hotel, our home in Betws-y-Coed, is surrounded by green, lush trees. A path by the hotel leads to Fairy Glen, a secluded and enchanting gorge on the Conwy River. May 14, 2008

The Fairy Glen Hotel’s fairy dragon. May 14, 2008

Bonnie in the midst of the beauty of the Fairy Glen on the Conwy river close to the town of Betws-y-Coed in North Wales. May 14, 2008

St Mary’s Church is in the village of Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, Wales. It is an active Anglican parish church of the Church in Wales, in the deanery of Arllechwedd, the archdeaconry of Bangor and the diocese of Bangor. May 14

Me taking in the forested beauty of the tree-lined path into the town of Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. May 14, 2008

Approaching the town of Betws-y-Coed in North Wales. May 14, 2008

Bonnie standing by the bathing pool and changing tents at Winefride’s Well in XXX.The healing waters have been said to cause miraculous cures. The legend of Saint Winifred tells how, in AD 660, Caradoc, the son of a local prince, severed the head of the young Winifred after she spurned his advances. A spring rose from the ground at the spot where her head fell and she was later restored to life by her uncle, Saint Beuno. May 15, 2008

St Winefride’s or Winifred’s Well is a well located in Holywell, Flintshire, in Wales. It claims to be the oldest continually visited pilgrimage site in Great Britain. May 15, 2008

The hunt for the Maen Achwyfan, the Celtic Cross, in the middle of basically an unmarked field . It took

Bonnie and I in the tourist village of Portmeirion. May 16, 2008

Me at Portmeirion. May 16, 2008

Caernarfon Castle, often anglicized as Carnarvon Castle, is a medieval fortress in Caernarfon, Gwynedd, north-west Wales. May 16, 2008