We headed north this morning to see some of the action in North Wales.
When we visited last year, there was a rubbishy old temporary bridge leading into the castle. In the meantime, this nice new one has been built for the admission of tourists.
This was the Great Hall.
After Harlech, we drove on to Criccieth where another castle ruin sits at the top of a hill. Another King Edward I innovation, the castle was meant to suppress the Welsh. In the long, long term, though, Èdward I's medieval construction of castles is an asset. It helps bring in the tourists!