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Tue, 24 Jun 2008
Here is a brand new web page with a few Myths and Legends for you to enjoy.

 

Welsh DragonThe Wizard and the Curious Cats

of Betws y Coed

 As you all know Diddily is Welsh and lives in a tiny village called Pontybodkyn which is quite a way from Betws, but when I was a young girl, I lived in a small village called Bontnewydd not far from the famous Cefn Caves where I have set several of my stories, both here in Dreamland and also in Seligor's Castle.
I know many Welsh legends and at one time I spent a long time doing research for publishers on the said stories. But now my time is spent in entertaining all the children and adults who come to visit both Dreamland and the Castle.
Now as we all know, animals, cats in particular can get up to some terrible antics and I have decided to tell you the story of two cats that used to live in an Innon the side of the road  near to Betws itself. When this story first came about, Betws y Coed was a lot smaller than it is today in 2008. There was very little transport, and the old horse and cart and feet took a lot longer to get about and so visitors very often stopped at the local Inns over night. Here is the story of one such Inn.
Looking for pictures I have come across the story already written out and as I could add no more to it I would like to thank 
E2BN who have the most delicious website.
 

And Now For The Tale.
Snowdonia landscape
Long, long ago, on the side of the old road leading from Betws-y-Coed to Cerrigydrudion, there stood an old inn. The inn was very popular with travellers making their way back and forth from Ireland.
However, those staying at the Inn often went away much poorer for, during the night, their money would mysteriously vanish.
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