“The hidden Delta – Estuary Cardiff you never knew existed” The tour with Peter Finch, organised by Cardiff Cycle Tours, had it’s first run last Saturday. A good turnout, and a very diverse group came together to be guided by … Continue reading
I’ve been living in Cardiff for over 20 years, and the place has changed enormously, Cardiff Bay, the whole new development around Mill Lane, the Hayes. Only when I started to run Cardiff Cycle Tours, and delved into the history … Continue reading
This is a somewhat “impressionist” picture of the magnolias in bloom in Bute Park. This is one of my favorite places in Cardiff. It brings together many elements of what Cardiff is about. The Taff is just a hundred meters … Continue reading
It is definitely one of the great barriers for people to take up cycling again and enjoying it. It is a difficult question. Cardiff Cycle Tours takes you along traffic free paths which get you to the main landmarks in … Continue reading
Located not far from the start of our Cardiff Cycle Tours, Markus provides us with great food, you can sit down, mayo and ketch-up for free (in moderate quantities of course), and the smoked haddock is fantastic.
As we are entering a new era for the Catholic Church, it reminded me of the fields in Pontcanna, part of our Bute Tour at Cardiff Cycle Tours. Pope John Paul II came here in 1982 to celebrate an open … Continue reading
Ever wondered what these yellow stars are ? You might have walked over them many times, just in front of the Wales Millennium Centre, without noticing, or you just saw them once and thought that this might be some walk … Continue reading
Some pictures taken on the Bay tour. I really like the connection between the 3 ellipses sculpture on the Barrage and the lines in the rocks towards Penarth. And of course the reflection in the globe of us on the … Continue reading