Travel Blogs from Chester
... entirely owned and very few, if any, still rented to employees. William became an art collector - at first to find paintings suitable for advertising soap. In the Gallery was the Bubbles painting that as a child I remember advertising Pears soap. Pears was a rival, but was taken over by Lever brothers about 1915. So William (later Lord Leverhulme) built the art gallery and named it for his wife, and built a ...
... Royal Welsh. Now this would have to have been one of the best Regimental (or Military) Museums we have visited on our adventures so far. The Royal Welsh, as they are now called, are a combination of a number of Welsh Regiments but probably the most famous are the 24th Regiment of Foot. Of course, you all know who I mean... you don’t?? Think “Zulu Wars” (yes, another movie) – the soldiers of the 24th Regiment of ...
... love You. ( that song bounced around in our heads for several hours! )
The Beatles Story, at Albert Dock, was amazing & to top it all off: The Magical Mystery Tour! It took us all around Liverpool showing where the guys had lived & played & started performing. That evening we headed down to The Cavern for a drink & a bit of musical reminiscing .
What a great city! What a fun time!! YEAH YEAH ...
Thursday 17th July - Bollington
After returning the key & farewelling Sue & Ken we returned to Brockenhurst via a devious route. First to Little Moreton Hall, which unfortunately opened at 11 am, so we moved on to Sandbach, instead. Here were 2 Saxon crosses & a lively market in a lovely small town. After a coffee we returned to the hall which is a ...
... have an elegant feel to them, allowed to weather with time but many aspects preserved enough for you to appreciate their significance.
Approaching Conwy, the castle seems to suddenly rise out of the hills. The majestic old suspension bridge connecting the castle with the main peninsula, depicted in many representations of the castle over the years, still guards the main approach to the castle.
Conwy Castle and town are ...
Other places to stay in Chester
Warrington Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $140
Trinity Street, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $174
- Make sure you ask for rooms with air conditioning!!
- Wish i could have stayed longer!!!
- Well located to city centre shops
Wrexham Road, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $85
- Value for Money
- Dirty hotel
- Gave my room away !!
Carden Park, Chester | 4 star hotelfrom $156
- Lovely upmarket hotel
- Excellent, first class
Whitchurch Rd, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $112
- Superb experence
City Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $161
- Victorian splendor
- Victorian Splendour
- Fantastic Stay
The Racecourse on New Crane Street, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $81
Milton St, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $117
- Superlative staff
- Loved the whole place
- The Mill Hotel - a great stay had by all
City Road, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $92
Wrexham Road, Chester | 4 star hotelfrom $115
- New Years Eve And Day
- Over priced - Poor Service
- Superb Hotel
Eastgate, Chester | 5 star hotelfrom $266
- Great place to get married!
- Very elegant!
- Always a pleasure
City Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $96
St. John Street, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $142
- Poor and dirty
- Very Dated and shabby
- I would'nt recommend it
95 Hoole Road, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $64
20-24 City Road , Chester | Hotelfrom $90
Parkgate Road, Chester | 4 star hotelfrom $124
- Needs a good clean!!!
- Still impressed
- Poor Service in the Restaurant
Welsh Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $68
74 Hoole Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $101
Caldy Valley Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $88
76 Liverpool Rd, Chester | Hotelfrom $89
Whitchurch Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $168
51 Lower Bridge Street, Chester | Hotelfrom $81
78 Hoole Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $64
North Mold, Chester | Hotelfrom $103
60 Hoole Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $175
- Great place
- Simply the best
- Just Perfect!
20 Lower Bridge St, Chester | Hotelfrom $149