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49 St Mary St, Cardiff CF10 1AU, UK
While in Cardiff over the weekend I visited the covered market in the city and my daugher (who goes to Cardiff University) insisted that I try a Welsh cake. This one had jam in it. We then found a cup of coffee and sat down to take a breather and...
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49 St Mary St, Cardiff CF10 1AU, UK
The Cardiff Central Market originally opened in 1891, at the site of an old jail. The market retains that old world feeling with vendors selling everything from meat and eggs to trendy clothing on the ground floor, while up top there is a walk way...
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Cardiff's City Hall building is located in Cathays Park and it has been serving the citizen's of the Welsh capital since 1906. This massive building has a 194 foot tall clock tower and most impressive is the dragon, symbol of Wales, atop the dome...
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Castle St, Cardiff CF10 3RB, UK
A trip to South Wales would not be complete without visiting Cardiff, the country's capital. Our interest was Cardiff Castle. Since it's the low season, the castle was not crowded at all. We found parking very easy and not far from the castle....
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Castle St, Cardiff CF10 3RB, UK
If you are getting hungry while visiting Cardiff castle, look no further than the lobby cafe. They serve a traditional, homemade, Welsh dish called Cawl made with lamb and locally grown vegetables served with a crusty bread roll and locally...
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Castle St, Cardiff CF10 3RB, UK
The Norman Keep was built in the early 12th Century by Robert Consul, Earl of Gloucester, replacing the timber defenses of Robert Fitzhamon, Norman Lord of Glamorgan. It was the prison for eight years of Duke Robert of Normandy, the eldest son of...