Grosvenor Place Guest House
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... some more time window shopping (and a little bit of actual shopping) I headed back to my hotel to drop of my purchases and make use of the magically working wifi to research and book a bit more of my trip. That sorted, I went out into the cold again to do some proper walking.
I headed right through the shopping area in the centre of the city (which was getting busier and busier) and headed down to the Dee, the river that runs through Chester. The ...
... crowds to get a good view. The queue to get in was quite short and then I got right to it.
Some notes: They have a 6 day old Black Rhinoceros calf! The zoo is also home to a trio of newborn Sumatran tiger cubs and a giraffe as well. Sadly the cubs were hiding inside in the warmth, so I didn't get to see them but the rhino calf and giraffe were out and about!
The zoo is also home to a couple of Komodo Dragons, as well as two dozen chimpanzees, a couple more ...
... wood benches on one side of the table and then victorian style upholstered sofas on the other side-to eat on! Super cute!! There was a huge chandelier over the bar made up of all kinds of bits and bobs (rob's term). The middle of the ceiling was also glass so it felt like you were eating in a greenhouse. There was a beer menu "the almanac" that had pictures and descriptions of each of each beer they had available. Rob liked it ...
... welcomed reprieve from the busy tour so far. We were able to please ourselves in regard to when we awoke and ate during the day. On the Sunday we were free to explore this lovely city which reminded us of the fortified Old city of Quebec from our Canadian tour with Scenic.
Allan even had time to watch the Spanish F1 broadcast on BBC1 complete with no ad breaks.
... people only?
In this area every village, every town has something to look at. Something to photograph. Something to wonder at when buildings are so old. But best of all is the countryside - the green, the trees in their various shapes and colours, and at the moment, the spring flowers.