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The first 24 hours of travel were absolute hell.
My orginial plan was to fly from KCI to Chicago to Heathrow to Manchester. I was suppose to arrive 12:55 PM and get a pick up from the University of Chester. This plan quickly fizzled as each flight presented it's own struggle.
KCI: Not too bad, made it to Chicago in one piece.
Chicago: I had to take a creepy bus to the British Airway terminal ...
... people, but that is fine, because they have to learn and understand how terrible war is too.
Manchester looked to be a fairly uninspiring city from the brief look we had. Our 4xgreat grandfather Orme was a fustian weaver here in the 1700's, before the Industrial Revolution.
Then we took the Motorway across to Liverpool, which took about 45 minutes. We parked at Albert Dock which has kept ...
... s good friends from England. I'm looking forward to a bit of routine and normality most of all, a bit of running and exercise won't hurt either. The first night in Chester we got our party shoes on and danced a few Fogarty classics into the English night. Tomorrow we are booked to go and see Sarah and her son Dylan for a trip to the Chester zoo which I'm a bit excited about. Anyway it's 11pm and I'm a bit tired, will speak to you all soon. Bye ...
... our city walk I suddenly thought that maybe I had just discovered another 'disorder' to add to my growing list. Why? Because I was sure I could hear Tom Cruise talking to me loud and clear. I absolutely heard him shouting out "I feel the need...the need for speed!" I glanced at Jnr who didn't appear to be as alarmed as me but this changed when I saw other tourists out for a stroll jump at the deafening sound of fighter (?) ...
... town. Chester is famous for two things, (that we know of anyway). The first is its Tudor style architecture.
The Tudor architecture is magnificent and many buildings date from the 16th century with some older still. They are of course, listed with the National Trust and therefore heritage protected.
The second is its wall which completely surrounds the town.
We decided to walk the ...