Conwy, Wales, Britain
Conwy Castle is also a World Heritage Site, same as
Caernarfon. It's another example of how English King
Edward I built fortifications to defeat any Welsh attempt
at resisting him. It was completed in 1307, but looks as if
constructed recently, very similar to Caernarfon.
Two Conwy Castle towers overlook a parking lot that
detracts from making the best impression.
From a high castle view point I photographed one portion of the
city walls. Conwy has among the finest surviving walls in Britain.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the free 2013
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of Wales, Northern Ireland and
Ireland by clicking on: My Pub Runneth Over Too
Also try my 1997 video of England, Scotland and Ireland by clicking on:
My Pub Runneth Over