Premier Inn Chester Central - South East
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... wallet. Super embarrassing. Took all my stuff off the register area and put it back. Obviously couldn't exchange any money and the sun was starting to set. such a wonderful experience. Later that evening I met Rob at the Oval (where Chariots of Fire was filmed) to watch him play some football! It was cold out but all the guys were running around in t-shirts and shorts. It seemed like a popular spot for people to walk their dogs at and ...
... 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 ...
... flapping. Oops 'someone' forgot to secure the elastics. I am just relieved it's a simple fix. Journey to Chester is uneventful and sat nav does its job to perfection. I spend the journey co-ordinating two print jobs...note to self - in order to improve business I must go away more often! The campsite looks lovely. I can't think why reviewers have moaned about road traffic noise, the place is idyllic. In the country, right next to a ...
... got a bit to spare!.
We passed Highgrove House, the residence of Prince Charles and that horrible Camilla person, close by the village of Tetbury. It's a lovely Georgian village, very picturesque & terribly, terribly "British" in the sense of how we usually imagine the English countryside should look.
Hedgerows and dry stone walls divide the countryside, dotted with grazing sheep, providing ...
... wanted a curry. Curry! We almost decided to eat in a pub, when we found out that it was a franchise, which we thought was stupid, so we walked on, until.... Nona smelled nan bread.. "Sure Nona, you smell nan bread.." But lo and behold, 50 meters down the road, we found the only Indian place in Liverpool! WOW!
One lovely curry later, we were driving in our cute lil' Ka again, back to 'Manc City', for our last night sharing a rather too small double bed..