|One of our stops was to view the round Iron Age houses.|
|Standing by the Iron Age huts/ houses.|
|Looking down on the circular Iron Age houses.|
|An entrance to the fort.|
|Approaching the castle from the car park.|
|I loved the brightly painted shops near the castle.|
|A view of the river (and our coach) from the castle.|
|Nothing beats a floating fireplace!|
|A handy model of the castle and city wall.|
|Sitting in a window-seat. I think I like them even more than spiral staircases!|
|We had a wee wander around Caernarfon & passed this building with Welsh writing on it.|
|This place was also very interesting, and had this sign in front of it:|
Our next stop of the day was Segontium Roman fort & museum. I'm not particularly thrilled by Roman forts, but it was still an interesting place. Oddly enough the signs in the ruins had all been taken down. As they've refurbished the museum, perhaps they're working on new signs.
|Part of the Roman fort.|
|I really liked the trees along the outer wall.|
This was an extra treat that wasn't on our itinerary. It was a beautiful medieval church which had once been on a pilgrimage route. It had a lot of very early woodwork in it still, which just thrilled my medieval church loving heart!
|Actually sitting in the wooden seats. I was SO thrilled!|
Our last stop was Bachwen portal dolmen. A portal dolmen is a prehistoric stone structure where a large slab is balanced neatly on three upright stones. In Ireland they're huge. This one was very modest, but still lovely.