Anonymous: Tenby

The thing I remember about my visits to Tenby is the excitement of walking through the stone gateway in the old wall into the knot of narrow streets that take you down to harbour. There was a little gallery that we visited where we bought beautiful pictures of the Welsh countryside.

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Hilary: Aberystwyth

When visiting Aber a few years ago to meet family and were surprised to find a cycling race all through the town. We managed to find a parking space on the harbour front then we had to find our way along the front around all the race barriers to meet up. It was a hot sunny day and the town was packed with students and people watching the race. The atmosphere was wonderful- What a loverly day

Anonymous: Tenby

over 20 years I visited Tenby a couple of times a year. I always park on the roadside above the north beach where I have always loved to peer over the stone wall at a garden that is perched on the edge of the cliff, stuffed with all kinds of fruits and vegetables growing in neat rows. Then I would stroll down the road past all the hotels and go for a cup of coffee in Julians café above the harbour