L is for Ll pronounced 'Chl' which is, tho' not too accurate, the best we crazy English can do.
First there is Llandudno:
This beautiful, sunny little town is on the north coast of Wales and is where my mother and father -in-law lived a good number of their later years, in a small but cozy flat on the third floor of an apartment building (no elevator!) and only one block from the beach.
Then there is Llanberis:
The small town in Snowdonia, North Wales, at the foot of Mount Snowdon. There is the magnificent Llanberis Pass that winds it way through the mountains. Beautiful scenery.
And finally there is:
"St. Mary's Church in the hollow of the white hazel near to the rapid whirlpool of Llantysilio of the red cave."
Yes, it really is a place but usually it is referred to as Llanfair P.G.
Sorry no picture of this, but if you take the train to Anglesey you will pass through this town and see the whole name on the station platform. In any case, this name has FOUR 'L's in the middle so that should make up for no photo.
I have had the most excellent cream teas in each of these places. Oh! What I would give for one right now!
I find it hard to believe that no other ABC-er hasn't already gone this route for the letter L in other years, but I don't know how to find out. So forgive me if it has been done before. I'm sure all my other friendly Welsh bloggers must have considered this, but there can never be too muchof Wales -- or cream teas!