Monday, 20 October 2014

Day 43 - Tenby

St Davids was our destination today and we enjoyed spending time in the ruins of the Bishop's Palace and also visited the stunning St Davids Cathedral.  There's been a church on this site since the 6th century, and the current church was built in the 12th century.  The cathedral floor has subsided over time and there is a 14 ft drop from the front to the back, which is very noticeable.

Bishop's Palace
St David Cathedral

There were so many different roof styles.

We called in to Manorbier on our way back to Tenby.  There is a quite impressive castle which was closed as it was late afternoon, and we also walked to the beach and admired the intrepid surfers on a rocky beach with a very strong wind blowing.

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