We farewelled Glennis and drove to the Cotswold Falconry Centre where we saw a flying display, taken by a Frank Spencer look-alike. He knew his birds though. We saw an owl, a Harris hawk, a Peregrine falcon and a bald eagle put through their paces in the ever increasing rainfall. The rain affected the eagle's plumage which made it difficult to fly, so the display was cut short.
Views of Tintern AbbeyCistercian monks founded the Abbey in 1131, and the present Gothic building was started in 1269. Partially destroyed in the Reformation, the beautiful ruins look out over the Wye Valley and the little village of Tintern. Another "must see" place ticked off our list.