Premier Inn Chester Central - South East
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to Bebington, while Mark, the driver, acted as a superb tour guide. He had a tremendous "How to Train your Dragon" accent and we had several good laughs about the differences of our English terminology. I finally arrived at my new home. I'm staying in this awesome, brick front, 2 story home - 2 bedroom, 1.5 ba...super homey. I took the day to unpack and walk around town a bit to grab some essentials. Check out the pictures and until next time! Cheers, ...
So! There is one week to go until Edward and I set off for Thailand, and the start of our six month adventure.
This is where we will blogging where we are in the world and what we've been up to so family and friends can keep up to date and so that Grandma Pheebs up in Stanley can know that we are ok.
We've had a lovely Christmas in Manchester and Taunton and we're now getting organised with travel ...
... taken aback by the tackiness of the town however we turned a corner and drove through a gate that signified the entrance to the walled city. The tackiness faded away to beautiful cobbled streets, lined with tutor houses. We found the accommodation only to find a severe lack of parking and thus parked in a parking centre, at which we were lucky enough to be given a parking ticket with remaining time by a kind lady who approached us. We then checked in and moved ...
... in the cavern area. Then i went into the cavern club itself, looked around, picked up some souvenirs, then after listening to some live music for a bit, i left.
I headed over to the station and went to a bookshop nearby, then did a long walk past the catholic church, went to a second bookshop, then returned to lime street and back to the hostel. At the hostel i used the wifi for a bit, uploaded some pictures, got ready for the next day, then i ...
... here was one of the largest in Britain. We 'did' this in fifteen minutes.
But the highlight of my day was the next stop at Iron Bridge. The town is named after the world's first iron bridge which was built here in 1779 and allowed easier transportation of coke and other goods and helped in the development of the Industrial Revolution. We walked over it into the town which is now geared to tourists. All the mills and ...