In AD 75 the Romans built a fort where Cardiff Castle now stands. The name Cardiff probably derives from the Welsh Caer Tâf (Fort on the River Taff) or Caer Didi (Didius' Fort), referring to Roman general Aulus Didius. After the Romans...
Cardiff is a beach town good for surfing and popular with a laid-back crowd. There is a town center, with the perfunctory supermarkets and everyday shops along San Elijo Ave, about 0.25 miles from...
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