We did a quick foray back into Wales after leaving the hotel in Bristol, England. The objective was to see the Chepstow Castle ruins. It's claim to fame is having the oldest castle gate still in existence, using tree ring dating, they figure it goes back to around 1109 I seem to recall.
We then headed towards the nearby Tintern Abbey along the Welsh border of the river Wye. It must have been quite the impressive abbey in its heyday. Founded by the Cisternian Order of Monks and destroyed during the "Dissolution" under King Henry the VIII.
We then returned to England and spent the rest of the day making our way to our lodgings for the night in Farnborough. Didn't much to write about this town, it appears to just be a bedroom community for the Greater London area.