Three excursions for 2012. There’s no extra charge - so there’s no
excuse for not going.
1. HAY 0N WYE
tour up through the heart of rural Monmouthshire and Herefordshire
to the wonderful world of second-hand books which is the border town
of Hay-on-Wye. With just one hour and a half in Hay, we’ll hardly be
doing it justice - but as promised this is another chance to visit a
few more of those places you missed this year. Whatever you do don’t
get so lost in the books that you miss the bus back to Caerleon.
COUNTRY AND FOLK
AT ST. FAGANS
This is an absolutely fabulous afternoon insight into
the history of Wales, with hundreds of exhibits from the old rural
cottage, toll booths, through to working cottage industries. It is
impossible to do justice to this expansive attraction in a few hours
and this is our third visit
to the museum in five years. Catch it this time because we
it again next year.
3. Cardiff - The capital city
Not really doing justice to Cardiff, but a brief glimpse of what’s
on offer for those who have not visited the Welsh Capital City
before. You’ll have approximately three hours free time to shop,
visit the art galleries or National Museum of Wales (free
admission), take in the magnificent Cardiff Castle, or the new
Millennium Stadium (pre-book with stadium) - the home of Welsh
Rugby. Alternatively, you might decide to visit one of the many pubs
and have a relaxing break. The choice is yours.
Alternatively, you can stay in Caerleon and
enjoy the peace.