Osborne House on North Parade, always a great place to stay or eat… or both!
One of the boats that provide sightseeing trips to the Great Orme and Little Orme, heading back towards shore.
Llandudno’s Camera Obscura, first built in 1859 and ‘one of only seven remaining in the kingdom!’
A view of the Oval, home of Llandudno Cricket Club… seen from the Haulfre Gardens.
Soaring into the blue(ish) sky, cable car 34 on its journey to the top of the Great Orme.
Established in 1860, Codman’s Punch & Judy… Britain’s oldest running Punch & Judy show.
That’s the way to do it!
A Great Orme goat, showing just how to pose for the camera!
The blue building in the center of the photo is the West Shore Beach Cafe, a great spot to enjoy the views and have a bite to eat!
It looks like this giant bee has crash landed onto the roundabout at the bottom of Church Walks; the Belmont Hotel stands in the background.
Llandudno Pier, photographed from the foot of Happy Valley Road.