The Jug & Bottle
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... mushy peas (literally mushy peas), or popadoms with mango chutney. LOL. Anyways, we spent some time watching rugby and having dinner at the Wellie on Saturday evening and then went to go see an Elvis impersonation at the Gladstone Theatre down in Port Sunlight (right next to Rob's office building). Although not a huge fan of Elvis, I really enjoyed the performance. The song selection and singing were both great, the band was on point and the crowd was rowdy for ...
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.
Brr, a cold start today! Luckily it warmed up once the sun was out, otherwise it could have been a rather uncomfortable day! My first stop for the day was the train station to collect my tickets for the trip to Edinburgh on Sunday. Also stopped in at the Costa Coffee for a hot chocolate to warm up. The ticket desk at the station was also able to sell me a return bus ticket to the zoo. The bus stop was just across the road as well, which was nice as convenient (as was the ...
The last few weeks have been so wonderful. They have been full of laughter, new friends, and exploration. However, I have had the hardest time trying to come up with what to write about that would capture how great England has been so far. Nothing seemed thrilling or eye opening enough and I just couldn't grasp what it was that made these last few weeks so amazing. As I was walking through the city center, the ...
... winding country lanes, passing various small villages, stately manor houses, farms and lovely open country side. It was a bit exciting at times as the lanes are quite narrow and there are plenty of cars on the road. We returned back to Peter's house 1.5 hours later with slightly sorer behinds. After that we headed out in the car with Selma and Tukta to Parkgate where we enjoyed homemade ice-cream while enjoying the views across the Dee Estuary and salt ...