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Wales without a car

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I will be traveling with my 12 year old grandson to south Wales to visit friends during spring break (April). I was thinking of staying in Wales for about 5 days, Bath for 2 and London for 2. Our friends will take us around but I would like to know if anyone has done local travel by bus or train in the southern part of Wales? I would like to take him to St. Davids and Pembroke. I tried to get info but was not very clear as to the info listed. Thanks for any and all suggestions.

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