The King William
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... sure I'll find a way to slip it into polite conversation.
What I've mainly got out of this trip has been more of a cultural experience. I think I've spent too long in Sweden to truly be culturally English (if such a thing exists, which I very much doubt considering what a motley lot we are) ever again. This I suppose is inevitable, as I've never done the ex-pat thing and all of my friends and acquaintances are Swedish. I've also ...
... The menu includes classics such as drip toast (i.e. toast and dripping, with dripping usually consisting of beef fat), chips and gravy, pie and mushy peas, and treacle tart. All traditional staples in other words, and at prices half those in London. What with that and the flashing Xmas bling, I feel right at home. I want to take a picture but think it would be a bit much to whip out my iPad in the midst of it all (i.e. I ...
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After that had a meal at the Queen Victoria which is a very old pub, and then a walk around the shops in the old town. The shops are at ground level and also on an upper level. Chester isan old Roman town and has kept it's character throughout hundreds of years. The wall is still in remarkble condition and is almost 90% complete.
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