Day 13

Final full day in Wales.

Simon Skittrell 2005
 
Carew Castle
Oct 13, 2005

Founded around 1100, the first stone works were carried out around 1212. The next major work was carried out during the Tudor period when it was converted into a Tudor mansion.

http://www.castlewales.com/carew.html

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Carew Tidal Mill
Oct 13, 2005

One of only four remaining tidal mills in Britain and the only one in Wales. At the moment it does not mill, but a renovation plan is in place. Two of the four have been restored, one at Woodbridge near Ipswich and one at Ealing near Southampton. The other is on the River Lea, East London.

http://www.carewcastle.com/english/carew_mill/carew_mill.htm

Tide mill model (requires Flash 4 or later):
http://home.freeuk.com/david.charters/threemills/mymodel.htm

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Llawhaden Castle
Oct 13, 2005

The third of the Bishop of St. David's palaces, construction followed the pattern of a castle rather than that of the palaces at St. David's and Lamphey.

http://www.castlewales.com/lahw.html

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Picton Castle and Gardens
Oct 13, 2005

A castle that is still occupied. The first stone work was carried out around the turn of the 14th century, and has been added to down the years. It has a 40 acre woodland garden.

http://www.castlewales.com/picton.html

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Pembrokeshire Coast near the Caravan Site
Oct 13, 2005

Pictures from near Caerfai Bay caravan site.

http://www.caerfaibay.co.uk/

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