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... so the school arranged a cab for her so I was able to tag along. The other student actually turned out to be my roommate! It was a bit hectic at first because I couldn't find my driver and then we couldn't find the student. But we eventually all got in the car and drove about 35 minutes to Chester.
All in all, the flight experience was stressful, but I made it to the university which is the only thing ...
One of the main features of Chester is the wall which surrounds the medieval section of the city. The Romans built the original one, and over the centuries it is been damaged and repaired many times, but it is the most complete city wall in Britain. By luck we are staying very close to the St Martin's Gate section which we can see it from our apartment, so we walked around its perimeter today.
There are several gates and towers ...
... crashed for a few hours before heading off to Jug and Bottle to have dinner with Edgar (June's brother, Ed Jnr, Jane, Georgie, Grace, Jamie, Helen and Ben from Canada.) Delicious meal and ales, but very ready for sleep.
Woke up, still feeling wobbly like you do after a long water cruise, and came face to face with a full English breakfast from 2therocklands - sensational. The B&B is just ...
... for some retail therapy. Mostly just to not be with the boys for a while.
After that mean little taste of the land of retail, we continued on our bus ride to the Quarry Bank Mill. Similar to the Mill City Museum in Mpls, it was exactly that. A mill. Kind of cool, really informative, not the most interesting way to spend your day. But as long as Im learning something. Which we were. Before actually going to the Mill, ...
Next we headed to Chester, which is in England.
We got 2 and a half hours to explore. The city has many old buildings and a beautiful cathedral which we snuck into for free. HA! Screw you institution!
Anyway, we also wandered along the walls around the city, but I didn't think they were as nice as the one in York.
We got back to the ...