St. George Hotel
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... it where we decided to get our pics taken at. We then went in search of the bronze statue of Paddington near one of the train platforms. Jon found it in the station along with a cute bench. We also passed a memorial to those people that worked for the train stations but chose to volunteers to fight in WW II. Jon also found a statue of Isambard Brunel who Jon was almost named after by Judith & Tony. Brunel was the architect for the station as well ...
Went to watch the sexy leprechaun work his magic on the stage.
Ronan Keating show was good to see a theatre production and his voice is dream worthy.
The storyline was pretty dull and I have to admit without Ronan Keating the show definitely wouldn't be worth seeing but tickets were cheap and it was a night out which Mel and I don't do very often.
... in Chester is only a short walk from the station, but check-in time wasn't until 2pm. I left my bag there and headed out to explore the city a bit. I had been here before for a couple of days during my first trip to the UK back in 2009, though that was in much warmer weather! One thing I hadn't managed to do that time was go to the Grosvenor museum, which chronicles the history of Chester from right back when the Romans settled it in 79AD (huh, same year Vesuvius went boom ...
... amp; friends we'd missed the most haven't changed a bit... except with even more talk of babies.
We were home on a secret mission - to surprise Ray, Henry's legendary pops, for his 70th birthday - so we hid with Sue, Henry's mum who'd arranged the whole thing, in lovely Tunbridge Wells for the first few days, and took the opportunity to visit poorly Mags in sunny Brighton. When we walked into a small village church on ...
... i left home i said i wouldnt pack a jacket because i would buy one in England. Well i found one in Miss Selfriges and I love it! Its so warm! Then we took a trip to Covent Gardens. We had lunch at a pub and then wandered around. We walked around the markets and were amazed at how many antiques people had. When walking around we came across a bond museum, so we went in. It was a collection of the vehicles used in ...