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An Unusual Vacation That's Easy To Book

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

By the time you read this, I should be in heaven. This is not to say that I expect to be dead. Were that the case, the destination is far from certain. In my case, I suspect sweet death to be followed by a locale with enormous and eternal heating bills. No, I expect to be in Wales, attending one of my all-time favorite events: The Hay-on-Wye Festival. The festival has been around for several decades. Hay-on-Wye has been around forever. Indeed, the castle at the town's center is crumbling and in disrepair. But this does not stop the structure from being used. Richard Booth sells used books out of the usable portions of the castle. You can find some real bargains there if you are willing to overlook the cobwebs.

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