Chesters Hotel and Restaurant
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChesters Hotel and Restaurant Manchester
Good location, lovely rooms, car parking, superb breakfast, lovely hosts
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Laid here at 2.47 am not able to sleep. My toes are wriggling with excitement! My head is filled with airports, shows, weather, outfits, cocktails....the list goes on ! ;) Know I need to sleep but it just not happening! Had a lovely pre holiday day little wander round Trafford ...
... m doing this for me - for my personal/mental growth and to pursue my dreams. It was never something that had to be a solo trip, it's just worked out that way and as a result I have a few fears which I am having to overcome (see point 3) 2. Packing... How can you gauge exactly what to take?? I'm generally a light packer, I'm talking 15kg max... This time I don't know what happened I really struggled to keep it under 25kg!!! I read blog after ...
After clearing customs - I asked for directions to the Brewleys Hotel where Suzanne & Paul were staying. I could see the building from the carpark but the challenge when I got to cross the road was how to get into the premises as there were large fences. Little did I know that Suzanne and Paul had made the same mistake and were watching me from their room. Anyway I worked it out, bit of a laugh. We ...
... so we had a nice view of the moors to the east; we touched down gently – a smooth landing in the sunshine in March was a miracle!
It had been a great holiday: our first taste of half-board has only whetted our appetites for more places full of interest, history and scenic views – which just about sums up Malta. More, ...
... congenial row companions (too stingy to pay for reserved seats!). We had great views of the Alps but particularly of Mt Etna in Sicily, snow-clad in the sunshine and very visible against the bright blue sky – my neighbours were very kind & let me take pictures whilst leaning past them.
We arrived into Luqa Airport in yet more sunshine after a 3-hour flight, and had a coach transfer to Bugibba in the NW of the ...