Pays de Galles/Wales

Travelling in Wales - Visiting Wales
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some pancakes are on a plate with blue and white flowers around it, sitting on a table in front of a book shelf
Tinker’s cakes (Apple Welsh cakes) - Chez Becky et Liz, Blog de cuisine anglaise
Tinker’s cakes (Apple Welsh cakes) - Chez Becky et Liz, Blog de cuisine anglaise
some pancakes are on a plate next to a wine glass and bookshelf in the background
Tinker’s cakes (Apple Welsh cakes) - Chez Becky et Liz, Blog de cuisine anglaise
Tinker’s cakes (Apple Welsh cakes) - Chez Becky et Liz, Blog de cuisine anglaise
an arched doorway leading to a house with a blue roof and steeple on top
Chez Becky et Liz - Blog de Cuisine Anglaise
Blog Cuisine anglaise, chez Becky et Liz Portmeirion
an aerial view of a pool and gardens in the middle of a lush green park
Chez Becky et Liz - Blog de Cuisine Anglaise
Blog Cuisine anglaise, chez Becky et Liz Portmeirion
a pool surrounded by flower beds and trees
Chez Becky et Liz - Blog de Cuisine Anglaise
Blog Cuisine anglaise, chez Becky et Liz Portmeirion
the house is painted orange, white and blue
Chez Becky et Liz - Blog de Cuisine Anglaise
Blog Cuisine anglaise, chez Becky et Liz Portmeirion
an old building with blue shutters on the windows and stairs leading up to it
Chez Becky et Liz - Blog de Cuisine Anglaise
Blog Cuisine anglaise, chez Becky et Liz Portmeirion
an outdoor cafe with tables and chairs in front of colorful buildings on a cloudy day
Chez Becky et Liz - Blog de Cuisine Anglaise
Blog Cuisine anglaise, chez Becky et Liz. Portmeirion
Traditional Welsh attire for ladies. Unlike most folk dress, which develops over time, Wales invented its own. In 1834 it was the opinion of locals & Cymryphile Augusta Hall, Baroness of Llanover, that Wales needed a national costume.  After writing an essay on the topic she & her lady friends took icons of Wales (such as wool), typical rural dress of the early 19th century (like plaid and flannel petticoats), and a few fanciful details to create a quaint homage to the land she loved so well. Plaid, Traditional, Dirndl, Trips, Costumes, Cardiff, Traditional Welsh Dress
The Fighting Fetters
Traditional Welsh attire for ladies. Unlike most folk dress, which develops over time, Wales invented its own. In 1834 it was the opinion of locals & Cymryphile Augusta Hall, Baroness of Llanover, that Wales needed a national costume. After writing an essay on the topic she & her lady friends took icons of Wales (such as wool), typical rural dress of the early 19th century (like plaid and flannel petticoats), and a few fanciful details to create a quaint homage to the land she loved so well.
a pool surrounded by flower beds and trees
Chez Becky et Liz - Blog de Cuisine Anglaise
Blog Cuisine anglaise, chez Becky et Liz
a herd of sheep standing on top of a lush green field next to a forest
Welsh mountains south wales sheeps
Welsh mountains south wales sheeps
a lake surrounded by mountains and grass on the side of a mountain range, with rocks in the foreground
Mont Snowdon
a woman climbing up the side of a mountain on top of a large rock with mountains in the background
Mont Snowdon (Crib Goch)
a river running through a small town with mountains in the backgrouds and people sitting at tables
Llangollen
two boats are docked in the water near each other, one is green and white
Llangollen