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New from Cruise Wales: Alice in Wonderland-themed tours, adrenalin attraction

New from Cruise Wales: Alice in Wonderland-themed tours, adrenalin attraction

Cruise Wales, promoting six cruise ports around the Welsh coast highlighted some new shorex and port infrastructure developments.

As the world celebrates the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Alice In Wonderland, the connection with Llandudno on the Snowdonia Coast of North Wales, is as strong as ever.  

A tour of the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno, taking in the sites inspired by the Lewis Carroll classic 'Alice in Wonderland'. Explore the history of the town, find out about Alice Liddell, the real Alice in Wonderland, and enjoy an Alice-themed afternoon tea.

Bounce Below is the first facility of its kind, a set of three enormous trampolines within the Llechwedd Caverns in North Wales.

This new attraction features an underground arrangement of three giant trampolines deep inside an old mining cavern, interconnected by stairways and slides.

An £11m restoration project is due to be completed when Cardigan Castle opens this spring.  The 12th century property, the birthplace of the National Eisteddfod, will include an events garden, a purpose-built restaurant located on the medieval castle walls and a permanent exhibition centre.  

In 2016 any vessel over 170mtr will be able to anchor and use the new tender pontoon when calling into Fishguard Marina. The developments are ongoing and will be ready for April 1, 2016.

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