Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch  is a small town on the Island of Anglesey, which is located off the northwest coast of North Wales.
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch (lan-vire-pool-guin-gith-go-ger-u-queern-drob-ooth-clandus-ilio-gogo-goch) is a Welsh word which translates roughly as "St Mary's Church in the Hollow of the White Hazel near a Rapid Whirlpool and the Church of St. Tysilio near the Red Cave".
Llanfair PG is a request stop on the main rail line between Holyhead and Bangor. It is also reachable by car.via the Menai Suspension Bridge.
- The main attraction in town is easy to find: it's the town's name spelled out on a long sign at the train station.
- Anglesey Sea Zoo, Brynsiencyn, 01248 43041, . Open early February through early November. Wales' largest marine aquarium, re-creating the habitats of the fauna and flora found around Anglesey and the North Wales coastline, educational as well as entertaining. Adult £5.95, senior £5,50, child/student £4.95.
- The Marquis Restaurant, Holyhead Road, 01248 713340.
- Tafarn Ty Gwyn, Holyhead Road, 01248 715599.
- The Penrhos Arms, Holyhead Road.
- Anglesey Sea Zoo, Brynsiencyn, 01248 430411, fax 01248 430213.
Go to a pub.
- Carreg Bran Hotel, Church Lane, 01248 714224
- Liverpool Arms Hotel, St. George's Pier, Menai Bridge, 01248 712453
- Henllys Hall Hotel, Henllys Lane, Beaumaris, 01248 810412
- Carreg Goch, 01248 430315
The other villages of Anglesey – Holyhead, Beaumaris, Menai Bridge, Llangefni, Ynys Llanddwyn – offer similar small-town Welsh character and remote seaside landscapes, including both lovely beaches and rugged cliffs.
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There is another drunk welshman who eats u with some tea, and then shitcannons you off the island, its the only escape!!!