We had a few days in Wales a month ago, staying in Llanelli which we used as a base to tour around a bit. I didn't take heaps of photos but we did spend one day in Tenby, which both my husband and myself fell for, and I did take photos there so I thought I would share them here.
The view from the car park! This is Caldy Island. As will be seen the weather was grey and showery - I like it like that but it doesn't make for bright, summery type photos, so be warned.
Part of the medieval stone wall that still surrounds the old part of the town.
From the inside of that bit.
Typical of the streets in the old town, narrow, winding, pretty.
The Market hall.
A muriel (as Mr. Titchmarsh would say) inside the market hall. Click a couple of times for better detail - it really is beautiful.
The beach on the other side of town. Tenby is built on a headland so it's surrounded by sea and beaches.
Looking the other way at the harbour.
The harbour itself.
The view walking up to the museum which is right on the headland.
Looking up at where I took the distant harbour photo from. Tenby is such a colourful town, not sure if this is voluntary or town policy.
Where we had lunch. It turned out to be a bit posher and more expensive than we expected but as it was Hubby's birthday that day, it didn't matter - I treated him.
Another beachy scene back at the car park and...
Yours truly looking a bit windswept. Not to mention...
Hubby - feeling the cold on a typical British July summer day...