Abbey Court Hotel

Address: Liverpool Road, Chester, Cheshire, England, CH2 1AG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Liverpool Road, Chester, is near Chester Zoo, Chester Cathedral, Blue Planet Aquarium, and Grosvenor Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chester

Day 10 - Chirk to Bettisfield - Game Day!!

A travel blog entry by laurapopoff on Aug 09, 2015

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... amp; we caught up with them just as they moored up. Lovely trip along the canal past a few lakes or Meres. Decided to moor up just past Bettisfield out in the middle of farmland & corn fields. Lovely & quiet place with no one else ...

Day 8 - Ellesmere and Beyond

A travel blog entry by laurapopoff on Aug 07, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... Back on the boat & struck off again. What a beautiful afternoon we had!! A bit of a queue at the two locks we had to do. We managed to make it to our final destination at bridge #19 Poachers Pocket Pub by 8:00 pm. Had a great supper & visited with a local couple. We'll stroll back to our boat & to bed by 10:00 pm. Big Day ...

One day, three countries!

A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 07, 2015

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... the top we again emerged but this time onto the bell ringers' platform exactly above the intersections of the nave and transept. A peep hole down to the nave way below gave an eerie, giddy feeling. Still more climbing then the top of the tower with views all round including Wales to the west and Liverpool Cathedral on the horizon to the north. Now to get down the way we came. We left the Cathedral and walked down Eastgate ...

Chester minute...

A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 09, 2015

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... about 5m down, with Saxons on top, then medieval, then post-medieval (I think meaning Georgian and maybe Victorian.) Fascinating stuff. The fragments on display include clay tiles with the Roman tile-maker's hand print, a dog's paw-print, and Roman soldiers' sandals' nailed sole-prints baked into them. They point out that in the damp climate here the tiles would take a long time to dry before being baked, so it's not unlikely that all these people and animals would come along ...


A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Mar 29, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... narrow valleys, with steep towering mountains above. Lots of sheep in green pastures, slate mines and people tramping and climbing. There were hundreds of cars parked beside the road while their owners were out on the hills.

We stopped for lunch at Llanbens, where Welsh is the first language, then drove on to Caernarfon to see that spectacular castle, right on the middle of town. We ...

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