Britain's hidden kingdom

Fleischmann, Melanie
May 1997
Travel & Leisure;May97, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p148
Narrates the author's experiences on traveling in Wales. Background history; Travel descriptions; Historical sights; Entertainment; Castles built; Mode of transportation; Hotel accommodations; Restaurants; Events; Books.


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