The wall starts just on the left side as soon as the castle ends, and every few metres there is a different type of animal carved in stone, popping up from the low wall. I went around with my 2 teenage daughters, taking photos of each and every animal and they were quite delighted; when the wall finishes, you are at the entrance of Bute Park. The park in itself is quite big, with a few trails to walk along, a small garden with gorgeous flowers somewhere in the centre, with benches to sit on and have a snack, cyclists, joggers, people practising yoga, quite tranquil and serene, good for a rest. Taff river cuts along the edge of the one side of the park, which you can walk across on the small lovely bridges and then walk along the banks, it seems that you're in a forest instead of a busy town centre, you can also catch boats along the river going towards Cardiff Bay, the river a little dirty, very peaceful on Sunday morning when we visited, but got busy after 10am, when the boats start.
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