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Posted: 27/02/2018 18:36:06
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I was further mystified by the mention of a drink in a pub in Llanberis. I've not stayed there for years, since we spent one miserable night there with every bar firmly closed. Has the night life improved there recently? IP: 82.132.243.203
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Posted: 27/02/2018 18:46:53
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50shadesofgreen wrote:



Has the night life improved there recently?



"Prince of Wales" across from Pete's Eats? YAAAAYYY! Thumbs Up

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Posted: 27/02/2018 19:19:44
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sinker wrote:



"Prince of Wales" across from Pete's Eats? YAAAAYYY! Thumbs Up


ShockedShockedCryingCryingSurrender

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Posted: 28/02/2018 08:24:30
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TwllMawr wrote:

sinker wrote:



"Prince of Wales" across from Pete's Eats? YAAAAYYY! Thumbs Up


ShockedShockedCryingCryingSurrender


Finest pub in North Wales that Wink Oops

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Posted: 28/02/2018 12:21:54
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When I saw the title I thought for a moment someone was doing something like this but might need a bit of digging first.

Here’s What It Looks Like to Run a 5K 650 Feet Below the Earth’s Surface
This Kansas race sends runners through the tunnels of an active salt mine.


https://www.runnersworld.com/bucket-list-races/strataca-mine-run-5k-video

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Posted: 28/02/2018 14:52:30
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Prince of Wales, I've heard some things about that place LaughShocked

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