The ride was one of the most beautiful of the trip, taking us all along the coast.
On the way we passed by lovely scenery and also - this stop. Check out the name! Apparently "Llanfairpwllgwyngyll-gogerychwyrndrobwll-llantysilio-gogogoch" station has the longest station name in the UK. No kidding.
The town we stayed in was quite sleepy - and seemed a very seasonal destination. (The window of which we arrived well outside of.) As we walked up the long hill to where we would stay, we watched the sun setting behind the beautiful hills...
We stayed in Wales only a night; enough time for a nice dinner and a windy but wonderful walk along the beach.
We awoke early the next morning to take another long walk before catching the ferry to Dublin. We stayed near a very large, open park and even though it was a bit cloudy and overcast, you could still get a nice view of the hills and surrounding area.
We continued from the hill down to the shore. As cold as it was, there were still boats out on the water.
We walked along the waterfront for some time before going to the port to catch our ferry.
The ride was about 3 hours long - and the waters just beautiful.
Next stop - Dublin!