Higher Huxley Hall

Address: Red Lane, Chester, Cheshire, England, CH3 9BZ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Red Lane, Chester, is near Cheshire Farm Ice Cream, Beeston Castle, and Spa at Carden.
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Travel Blogs from Chester

A recap of the first full week.

A travel blog entry by avery.kiesling on Jan 18, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... it. It was pretty incredible to witness. Even though the community was on a smaller scale, their love and passion for the Lord was mighty!

That's basically it for this last week. We started classes today so I will post at the end of the week with all my first impressions and opinions. It's been a worldwind so far, but I am definitely loving every minute and know Chester is where I am suppose to be.


Following the steps of my ancestors

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Jul 20, 2014

8 photos

... food is good but expensive and the service is lousy. We go to bed hoping for a better day on Sunday.

Breakfast at the hotel is about $25 each. It's a lovely day so we get ready for Quaker Meeting and walk into town. We arrive in time to see hundreds of women in pink running in a "race for the cure". It's very cool to see racers of all ages and people lining the street to cheer them on. Coffee ...

Chester - a trip down memory lane!

A travel blog entry by catecross on May 03, 2013

15 photos

... of Chester. We went into the admin block and the receptionist was quite excited to meet us and we were introduced to Fiona Roberts who looks after the history, old scholars and archives of the university. She took us round the university and told us a bit of the history. We felt very privileged to hear about how the college started back in the 19th century with students actually building the chapel - beautiful carving ...

Back to "Hackney"

A travel blog entry by penguinchris on May 19, 2012

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... came around the ring road I said that I thought it might be next left or the one after and as I was driving I took the next left and there it was, so our luck was improving.

Chester's a nice city in many ways and the extensive city walls are worth a visit in their own right. We worked out that Telford's Warehouse was not far from the hotel so walked down to it to check what the route was like in case Julie wanted to wear heels for the night out. It was mostly down ...

A comedy of errors

A travel blog entry by hkk on May 30, 2011

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... so later I emerged from A&E with a plaster cast and sling, not considering how this error would affect my new job, due to start on Tuesday. I decided to think about it tomorrow, instead concentrating on more urgent issues, such as the location of the seatbelt in the taxi taking us home, and quizzing the driver on how he could live in two countries at once. What?! He asked me first. Stupid dude.

On Saturday we all got up, bleary-eyed from our 3am ...