On our fifth day we went to Wales. We first drove pass the north coast and visited Conwy. Conwy is a city largely built between the Medieval town walls. These walls and Conwy castle were built on request of Edward I, during the thirteenth century. During our visit I heard some people talking a strange languages, probably the old Welsh language. Back in the car I searched for a Welsh radio-channel, what a language. I couldn't make head or tail of it, just brilliant!
We also visited Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch on Anglesey: an island located at the north west coast of Wales. The village has the longest place name in Europe, unpronounceable.
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