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I had never heard of Chester until someone said it would be worth spending a day there. As it turned out, on the day I visited Chester a couple of thousand other tourists had the same idea, and probably all took photos of the same sights that I did ( but I bet I was the only one who got a shot of the beer swilling man with a pig's backside ).
Chester has at least three things that distinguish it from most other towns or cities in England.
First it has an ...
With our stay in Crail in Scotland we were able to get a bus into St Andrew's. Known for its famous golf course and university, it also has the ruins of one of the biggest medieval cathedrals in Europe. St Andrew's was beautiful and quite historic. It was also windy and we would imagine probably close to freezing in winter. In order to get to our next major destination (The Lake District) we needed a car. So we took the 3hr bus trip to Edinburgh, saw Jimeoin at the ...
... town and we enjoyed our day there.
Whilst wandering around North Wales, we came across a sign “Historic Church” which we couldn’t resist. We’re not sure we found it, because the church we did find was “rebuilt” in 1838 and we couldn’t find any further information about the earlier building. It was interesting though in that it had twin towers with a bell suspended between – unusual, we thought.
... sometime repacking in security I power walked on towards my gate, just as it came into sight in the distance an announcement was made 'last call for passengers to gate 143' that's my gate!! My power walk very quickly became a power run! And as I rounded the corner to the gate the attendant looked up at me and shook his head while saying I was too late and the gate had closed! Had the ...
... inter city passenger line in Britain, serving as the main gateway from London to the West Midlands, North West and Scotland. After coffees we caught the 9.47 am Virgin train bound for Birmingham. The high speed train was very confortable and sped through the English country side arriving in Birmingham New Street station shortly before 12 noon. There we were met by David Trujillo. David had studied with John at Imperial College. We drove through the ...
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