The infamous "Death Junction" bears no sign of the public gallows that once stood there. Instead, there's a five-way road junction, a pub and, a few ... More
The infamous "Death Junction" bears no sign of the public gallows that once stood there. Instead, there's a five-way road junction, a pub and, a few metres further on up the hill, this large and popular family restaurant. Students make good use of the attached kebab takeaway while the less impoverished enjoy the quiet atmosphere and a sit-down meal. The clean blue decor and subdued lighting lends a relaxed and intimate atmosphere to the establishment. The menu is full of traditional Greek home cooking with lots of fish dishes and some interesting kebabs for both meat eaters and vegetarians. Children are welcome, and another advantage is that you can generally get a table without booking ahead.
A by word for extravagance as far as Cardiff hotels are concerned, St. David's Hotel is equipped to offer the
ultimate in quality hospitality and is in itself a landmark of the elegant Cardiff Bay area. The bay's distinctive ...
A visit to the Ammonite will make you feel like you've stepped into an archaeological digging zone. The owner, Dale
Rogers has sourced incredible fossils from Madagascar, Morocco, and even from the UK. He sells Moroccan lamps, ceramics, wooden ...
Cardiff Castle is an impressively splendid affair with its flamboyant Victorian clock tower and extraordinarily ornate gilded interiors. This site
has been crowned a castle, since the early days of the Roman occupation of Wales and parts of a ...
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