While we were waiting for Shed to arrive we watched John Lewis' falconer show their falcon to all the pigeons.
Anyway, we started the day with the antique shops in the Jacobs and Co. building. Or we would have done if it had been open. It looks pretty fun, and since it was Shed's idea and he knows his stuff, I'm sure it would have been. Next time, next time.
|Jacobs And Co (Cardiff) Ltd.|
|Arcade with Dalek|
|That Castle again|
No, I take that back. The City Arms is where it's at.
|The City Arms|
Nando's makes a good hummus.
So, now comes the part where we went back to the hotel with some beer. We stopped at Tesco Express to pick some up. I think Shed amazed by our ability to direct him to the beer section, but we have our priorities straight. 1) get off the train. 2) find the booze store.
|That's the hotel.|
As evening approached we convinced Shed that he had to take us to the Vulcan before it was gone. It's a little old pub in the way of a major construction project. There's been a campaign to save it, etc etc. I don't have any pictures of the outside because the whole place was surrounded by heavy construction equipment.
|Never get out of bed before Noon|
|Genius but nobody knows it but me|
Next time, we leave Cardiff (boo) and visit Bath and Pip (yay) and then return to London (yay).