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Bath/Wales Itinerary Review

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My husband and I (early 60’s) will be visiting UK in May. We are both in good shape. Our plan is to spend 8 days in London, 2 days in Bath, 5 days in Southern Wales. The London part of the trip is well planned. I’d like some review of my Bath / Wales plans, which I put together based on reading much Fodorite advice.

We will be picking up a car at London Heathrow. Driving to Bath on Saturday in May. Staying at the Abbey hotel.
Saturday: Bath Museums, Old Green Tree Pub
Sunday: Mayor tour at 1 PM; Jane Austen House, Winchester Cathedral (place to eat?)
Monday: Drive to Wales; Cheptow, Roman Fortress and Baths at Caerleon, Tintern Abbey, Raglan Castle (stay at Lincoln Hotel Cardiff)
Tuesday: Cardiff Castle, National Museum of Wales, St Fagan's Museum
Wednesday: Castel Coch, Caerphilly Castle, Drive to Tenby (stay at the Esplanade )
Thursday: Walks along coast, Drive to St. David’s (stay at Twr Y Felin Hotel); St Davids Cathedral. Eating at the hotel.
Friday: coastal path in Pembrokeshire National Park
Saturday: Drive to Heathrow and drop off car (stay at airport Hilton)
Does this look feasible? Any thing we shouldn’t miss in the region? Would it be worth getting Natl Trust pass?

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