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    Goodrich Castle, England

    by Carmela71 Updated Mar 17, 2004

    OK, it is in England, but it is a nice excursion, an hour and a half from Cardiff, visit Ross on wye, Goodrich castle and Monmouth.

    We did not visit the inside as we had to pay (and i think it was expensive), inside is not much done, if you want to see inside castles you can always visit the one of Cardiff or Coch Castle

    Olga and me

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    Bute Park

    by tvor Written May 11, 2003

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    Ok, it's not really off the beaten track. Bute Park used to be part of the Castle grounds and extends north along the River Taff. It's a large natural park with an arboretum, sports fields and places to play, have picnics or just enjoy a little peace away from the traffic and bustle of city life.

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    Aberdulais Falls - a National...

    by CarolynShort Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Aberdulais Falls - a National Trust attraction illustrating the history of these waterfalls, used for centuries for energy to power metal production on the site. Situated on the A4109, 2 miles north east of Neath at Aberdulais. Tel: +44 1639 636674. Entrance Fee = approx. £3.

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    Churchyard by St John's Church

    by lolitajane Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    St John's Church
    There's a small cemetery next to the church, you may think 'Well, that doesn't seem very attractive' but it was to me indeed, because it seems bishops were buried there, and I found it culturally interesting.

    St. John's Church

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    Outside Cardiff in The Vale of...

    by simondavies7 Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Outside Cardiff in The Vale of Glamorgan there are a host of small villages some of which still maintain there charm of yesteryear. Get a bus from the city centre to Cardiff airport, ask for directions to Penmark and go to the Six Bells Pub. The locals are always good for a laugh and are sure to make you welcome.

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    Eglwys Ebeneser

    by spidermiss Updated May 29, 2013

    This is another church with services conducted in Welsh. It has a website (in Welsh only).

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    The Old Schoolhouse

    by neilward Written May 24, 2006

    This was very reminiscent of the schoolhouse in that tv programme form my childhood..

    The Little House on the Prairie...Come on...Own up, who else remembers that ?????

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    Pay up or not coming in !!!

    by neilward Written May 24, 2006

    This is a toll house from the 17th century...Some things never change,you still have to pay a toll on the Severn Bridge !!!!!

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    St.Fagans Welsh Museum

    by neilward Written May 24, 2006

    This outdoor village is a collection of lots of houses and farm buildings from all over Wales.Its a working museum,with shpos,a bakery and various other shops.

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    Cardiff Castle Walls

    by lolitajane Updated Nov 24, 2004

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    Try to spot the animals made of concrete all along the Castle's walls, they are really nice! The one in the pic is a lioness..and there are also monkeys, lions, birds and others!
    Aren't they nice?

    Tower Clock & Lioness
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    A visit to Llantwit Major

    by percy961 Written Apr 17, 2004

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    A quaint old town 4.5 miles south-west of Cowbridge. It has a rugged coastline, perfect work long walks. The beach i svery rocky and there are lots of fossils and caves to be found.

    Llantwit Major
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  • In Northern Wales, near...

    by mark02377 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    In Northern Wales, near Holyhead, we came across a abandoned castle overlooking the sea and a golf course. If you blink you will miss it.

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