We had to go to Tenby to see someone today. Gone was yesterday's sunshine and we drove down there through low cloud. Not an enjoyable journey. This was all you could see at the beach too - just the waves breaking on the shore.
Part of the Medieval old walls - this gateway dates to the 13th C.
This interesting old building was opposite the Medieval gateway.
This building was once the Medieval Guildhall and chamber.
Close up of the medieval window detail on the building above.
Spring in January! Makes my one crocus flower in the garden here look a bit pathetic . . .
St Mary's Church, Tenby.
A little narrow side street.
No longer trading, but what a lovely memory of this company.
Georgian houses overlooking the sea (well tiled to keep the weather off).
Now THAT'S what you call a garden wall!!
St Catherine's Island and 19thC Napoleonic Fort. It became a zoo for a time, and was open to the public for a short while.
Below: the information boards near the little Museum and Gallery. We had intended to visit it, but the admission price of £4.95 each put us off - I have been before, and it is a fairly modest museum . . .
The view across the Harbour.
Finally the Tudor Merchant's House - sadly not open in winter.