Mitchell's of Chester Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... around the UK. We are planning on going to Oxford, Lake District, Snowdonia, and a few other places. Some students are traveling across Europe and I definitely plan on doing that after classes end, but I love being in England and I want to make sure I appreciate it while I can. I know I still have 3 months left, but when I think about leaving I get so sad. Last night, Alexa, Kirstie, and I made brownies and ...
... the river, The sun was out, although you could still feel the cold air but it was just so perfect. We got a phone call from Lorraine's sister to say they had arrived in Chester so we then headed back to the clock bridge. We all met up and went to have coffee and something to eat at a little pasty place. We all split up again so we could do our own thing, I continued on my journey along the wall and ended up meeting Clint ...
... stone walls, turrets, lots of old timber inside, and terraced gardens and a stream outside. This house has also been used for filming locations like 'Elizabeth' and a number of versions of 'Jane Eyre'. The filming companies certainly have choice of locations here.
Another day ...
... University. Before he retired, an SDSU professor took a year sabbatical with Martin; shortly after, he returned the favor, forging a relationship with our college in the process. Gethin has his PhD in physiology, and is a researcher at MMU, focusing his work on obesity. After an hour and a half train ride, we arrived in Chester, a very old and historic town that was initially inhabited by the Romans approximately 2000 years ago. Upon arrival, we ...
... Roman walls, and saw most of the attractions from there, including the "world's most photographed clock".
The horse tracks were most impressive, though. I never knew the are soooo huuuuge! I think they're supposed to be the oldest tracks in England or something. No races going on though, pity.
Anyways, after a nice walk, with a short rest stop to eat the biggest scone I ever did see in a nice tea garden, we'd practically seen the entire ...