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Eight Days in Pembrokeshire

Not so much a Web Log as a list of the sites that we visited (or saw) on holiday in Pembrokeshire in April. In case you're wondering, we spent the Wednesday on the beach:

Saturday 12th April 2003
Castell Henllys (from a distance)

Sunday 13th April 2003
St David's Head Camp
Coetan Arthur
Carn Llidi Tombs

Monday 14th April 2003
Tre Wallter Llwyd

Tuesday 15th April 2003
Caerfai Camp (from a distance)
Meini Gwyr
Yr Allor
Moel Drygarn (from a distance)
Maenllwyd y Rhos
Carn Meini
The Stone River
Bedd Arthur
Carn Menyn Chambered Cairn

Thursday 17th April 2003
Harold Stone
Cliff Cottage Stone(s)
The Long Stone
The Wogan and Pembroke Castle
St Govan's Well and Chapel
Harold Stone (from a distance)
Devil's Quoit
Devil's Quoit
Pennybridge (saw nothing)
Dry Burrows (drive by)

Friday 18th April 2003
Carreg Samson
Ffynnon Druidion
Ffynnon Druidion Burial Chamber (saw nothing)
Stone near Caerfai Bay (not prehistoric)

Saturday 19th April 2003
Rhos Fach Standing Stones
Gors Fawr

Sunday 20th April 2003
Trecenny Stone
Maen Dewi
Mesur-y-Dorth Stone (not prehistoric)
Ty Meini
Parc Cerrig Hirion
Coitan Arthur (saw nothing)
Bedd Morris

Kammer Posted by Kammer
10th June 2003ce
Edited 20th August 2003ce

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