Premier Inn Chester City Centre
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... living dead (plus a few drunk Scousers). The people of Liverpool really had gone to town on dressing up for Halloween - more so than any other place/year that I can remember.
Sunday morning started with a full English breakfast, which set us up nicely for the day ahead in the fog that had engulfed Liverpool. The waterfront area was most pleasant - and would have been nicer if the sun was out - so as well as visiting the Albert Dock we had ...
... Maritime Museum but have found that the city has a lot more to offer and we are looking forward to exploring it.
On another note - we have, at times, found various accents quite challenging. We were going well in Inverness until we had to have a discussion with one of the receptionists, Caroline. Her Scottish brogue was very thick - Chris managed to decifer most of it but Bruce had no idea what she was saying. Most of the young ladies in Liverpool ...
... heading in to take in the pregame atmosphere and soak up all I could of game day. The pregame rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone was even better than I had imagined and left me truly speechless. The game itself was a bit like Liverpool's season so far - promised much but at the last touch failed to deliver. It looked like Liverpool had snagged a winner in the 77th minute before ...
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Entering Chester, we were ...
Cross the Irish Sea and travel to Caernarfon for a stop in the shadow of the mighty fortress. On through North Wales, past Conwy Castle to Chester. See the ruined Roman amphitheatre, city walls Tudor Rows and cathedral. Hotel Queen
Ferry ride to Hollyhead, Wales.
Arrived to a misty overcast day in NW Wales. Brief stop ...