The Goodliffe Family of Nottingham

The Story of My Life - The original, handwritten version of the Memoirs of Arnold Goodliffe

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contributed to its pleasantness. Each place has its special advantages. Many years since we went to Llandudno, enjoyed the walk round the Great Orme’s Head The flocks of seabirds was a sight, and a thing of the past. The fine pure air gave us fine appetites which in those early days we could allay at a reasonable rate. Then the enjoyments of the surrounding neighbourhood viz:- Conway, Bethoys etc, was a treat. At another time Rhyll was visited as suitable for a feeble invalid. We also another season spent a short time at Llanfairfechan, quite and pleasant, suitable from whence to make tours to Aher Falls, to Bangor. Here owing to the mother’s lameness we did not make so many outings. Mr and Mrs Eaton joining us for a few days, we took a tour towards


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