Subject: Re: Wales
Dear Paul, Here's some more info on sightseeing, shopping and the Welsh Feast. Have a wonderful trip Elena


Gower's beaches Aberdulais Falls at Neath Covered market at Neath Neath Abbey, founded in 1130 Seven Sisters Saw Mill--see how sawmill really works Country Parks at Margam, Azfan Argoed and Pembrey for guided walks Oystermouth Castle, Mumbles. Started in 1106. Open Apr-Sept. 11-5. Access: A4067, Mumbles Rd. Maritime Quarter Clyne Valley Country Park, over 700 acres of woodland, situated near Dylan Thomas' house. Singleton Park, has botanical gardens and boating lake Glynn Vivian Art Gallery & Museum, open 10:30-5:30 daily. 2- minute walk from Swansea railway station. Phone: (0792) 55006. Oxwich National Nature Reserve & Centre: dunes, marshes and woodlands form one of richest concentrations of wildlife in Wales. Stop at Reserve Centre for information. Open all day every day. Access: A4118 Swansea to Port Eynon Road.


Quadrant Center Oxford Street Castle Square Castle Square St. David's Shopping Center Swansea Market Mumbles shops

THE WELSH FEAST: Magnificent Welsh feasts most nights during summer, week-ends rest of year, featuring delicious traditional Welsh fare, plus a harpist and Welsh folk entertainment. $25 per person. The Welsh Feast, Hwyrnos House, Green Dragon Lane, Swansea. Phone: (0792) 641437. Accepts major credit cards.