We then found our way to Aberystwyth on the west coast, stopping in Solva, near St. David's, site of St. David's Cathedral and the adjoining ruins of the Bishop's Palace.
Aberystwyth is the home of a branch of the University of Wales and of the National Library. We parked the car and hopped on to a train for a three-hour trip north. Trains are a great way to see Wales, if you can be flexible enough to adjust to railroad schedules. There are myriad choices, of routes and train types.
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