After spending some time inside the castle walls we walked down to the marina at the harbour which was also where our coach was parked.
The castle is situated by the mouth of the river and we watched the swing bridge open for boats to come into port from the Menai Strait.
Just opposite the bridge is the mighty Eagle Tower which once had stone eagle sculptures on the battlements.
This is the street which could be seen from the ramparts of the castle and the photo was taken from the main entrance bridge.
This is the oldest public house in the town where we stopped to have some refreshments before boarding our coach.
I spotted these two swans as we left our town coach park and quickly took this photo through the window.
I love swans and was surprised to see them there as I'm not sure whether the water is fresh or salt at this point at the mouth of the river.