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So, today I set out with the intention of exploring the city of Chester. Bit odd to be doing this on my final day instead of the first but oh well. Luckily for me, the centre of the city isn't too far from my hotel, and the whole area is nicely walkable. I spent a while looking through the Rows and at some of the interesting little shops dotted about the place, before stopping to warm up with a piece of bakewell tart and a hot chocolate.
... br> Now that I think about it, this'll probably end up being a fairly short entry, as I've found that there isn't much about going to zoos that translates well into text. I'll make up for it in photos though!
The Chester Zoo is a little way out of the city, but it was only maybe about 20 minutes on the bus. It's the largest zoo in Britain, and one of the best in Europe. There weren't too many people there today, which was nice, as it meant I wasn't fighting ...
... service, we were never asked if we wanted a second drink, or if our meal was alright, or if we wanted dessert. It’s kind of nice actually; I wonder if they miss out on sales as a result. Even when we did have table service, they didn’t come around while we were chewing and ask if our meal was alright; they just left us alone to eat.
Donnie is obsessed with the narrowness of the roads here. If we were on a road, or ...
... room and headed to the bar downstairs. That bar was closing- it was not even 7pm, but i did get a drink – one of their old specials – the pan galactic gargle blaster, then after that drink, went to a Weatherspoons for dinner – i had steak. It was nice. After dinner i went to the cavern club again, had a drink there, listened to the live music, stayed for a bit, then left and walked around the area before heading to the hostel and reading before bed.
... on how John and Paul met and where they compiled many of their songs which included Eleanor Rigby (grave site in a church yard where they used to sing in the church) and Father McKenzie (all covered by the attached pics). It was all quite overwhelming and I guess one thing we learned was just how much Paul still does for Liverpool. He ploughed money into his old school to help keep it going and when the Govt. finally insisted on it closing ...