Llandudno Day 2

Today we visited the National Slate Museum where we learned more about slate. We looked at old miner’s cottages from 140 years ago and Mr Bolsover had a go at slate splitting.


Mr Bolsover learning how to split slate

Outside the miner's cottages

Outside the miner’s cottages


After we had lunch we got on the tram to up the muontain o the copper mine. The copper mines are as old as the pyramids or Stonehenge. We put on our hard hats and went deep underground.


After that we got back on the tram and went to the top of the mountain where there was an adventure playground.

On the tram to go to the summit

On the tram to go to the summit

In the evening we went down to the beach again. We played cricket and hunted for crabs.


It's alive!!!!!!!!

It’s alive!!!!!!!!


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Melissa
    May 20, 2013 @ 16:48:08

    YOU are sooooooooo lucky that you got to got to the beach We live in colorado and it would take us 3 or 4 days to go to the beach! That must be fun for you!!
    ~Melissa;-) Co.


    • Kira
      May 25, 2013 @ 08:53:19

      Hi Melissa
      It would take us about an hour or two hours but at the hotel it was about 5 minutes because it was down the road.


  2. Hannah
    May 22, 2013 @ 16:57:38

    Hi everyone,
    When i held the crab it felt really weird. We had lots of fun putting the poor thing in the rock pools. Lets hope one of the seagulls hasn’t eaten him! (whoops):)


  3. Kira
    May 25, 2013 @ 08:55:34

    The crab on the beach me and Hannah found the crab but Hannah put it in the water though.


  4. Kira
    May 25, 2013 @ 09:00:13

    Going to the slate museum was really funny because Mr Bolsover got to cut the slate in half. He got to take some slate home with him. That must be very good to take the slate home with you. Next we went to the gift shop that was cool to.


  5. Kira
    May 25, 2013 @ 10:05:43

    The miners cottages where really scary i thought someone would jump out and scare you but they didn’t. The houses where really good though.


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