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I love Wales. My favourite time is Spring when the bluebells and daffodils are covering the land. The air is so clean and the water on tap is better than anything you can drink from a bottle!

Lorna AtThe Millenium Stadium

Where can I find tourist information?
Visit Wales
Cardiff Airport Online
Cardiff Guide - News, Entertainment, Gossip

Are there any other famous people from Wales?
There are many and more famous than I am. We have many rugby stars and local celebrities. Listed here are some big Welsh names and sites about them.
Dylan Thomas - Poet
Sir Anthony Hopkins - Actor
Catatonia (Cerys Mathews) - Band
Catherine Zeta Jones - Actress
Tom Jones - Singer
The Stereophonics - Band
The Manic Street Preachers - Band
Rhys Ifans - Actor
Terry Jones - Writer, Actor, Comic
Charlotte Church - Singer, Presenter

Here are some related Welsh links
Facts Not In The History Books.
Lots Of Lovely Welsh Castles.
For A Brief History Lesson.
Bars, Restaurants, Entertainments, Hotels
For Rugby Lovers
The National Museum & Galleries Of Wales
The Millennium Stadium
Traditional Welsh Tartan & Gifts

Where do you drink in Cardiff when you aren't working?
I like the nice hotels they always serve nice food too.

Do you ever watch the Rugby Internationals, or just hang out in Cardiff on the day?
I used to but I am too busy these days. Cardiff gets too busy for me on match days.

Where exactly do you live in Cardiff?
Forgive me for having a giggle here, I'm not going to give anyone my home address. It wouldn't be very professional would it? I don't want to get a lot of phone calls at three in the morning from people wanting to date or abuse me. I have a PO BOX for a reason and that is to sort out the nice fans from the nutters. It is simply common sense and it's not personal at all. I hope you understand.

Where is Cardiff?
Cardiff is in the south of Wales and it is the capital city of Wales. Wales is part of Great Britian. Cardiff was proclaimed capital of Wales in 1955, and is Europe's youngest capital city. Cardiff is approximately 153 miles from London Heathrow Airport. Cardiff has a small airport in Rhoose, a lovely bay and is home to the gorgeous Cardiff Castle.

Tell me about the Welsh Language
In most heavily populated areas of Wales, such as the Southeast (containing the large urban centre's of Cardiff, Newport and Swansea), the normal language of everyday life is English, but there are other areas, notably in the Western and Northern regions, (Gwynedd and Dyfed particularly) where the Welsh language remains strong and highly visible.The language of Wales, more properly called Cymraeg. The Welsh are descendants of the Galatians, and the language is a distant cousin to Irish and Scots Gaelic and a close brother to Breton.
Welsh is still used by about half a million people within Wales and possibly another few hundred thousand in England and other areas overseas.

Images and maps of Wales, Cardiff and The UK.
I hope to give you some idea of where I live. Maybe I can entice you to visit Wales when you make that trip to Europe that you have been talking about for years.