Today's pictures are downloaded from the internet - our camera's memory card is kaput.
We peeked inside the Cardiff Castle, toured the Docks and the refurbished wharf, saw the port where Robert F. Scott departed on his fatal Antarctic expedition, and lots of coal and railway and shipping history, mansions and palaces of the 3rd Marquess of Bute, richest man in the world in the 1860's.
|Severn Bridge across the Bristol Channel|
|Cardiff Blues Millenium Stadium|
|The keep at Cardiff Castle|
|19th century advertising slogan|
Then we drove to Gloucester, where a rugby match had just finished. The town was overrun with happy fans in red and white striped jerseys.
|The actual house of the Tailor of Gloucester, at No. 9 College Court beside Michael's Gate|
We slept just outside Birmingham, then visited Stratford-upon-Avon in beautiful Warwickshire.
|Shakespeare's birthplace house|
|King Edward VI grammer school and Guild Chapel|