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So had a terrible night, think the matress smells and every time we moved the mouldy smell came up. YUK.So left and drove in to Macclesfield and had Maccas for breakfast, that was OK! Then it was a short drive in to Chester, did the park and ride which dropped us right in centre so happy with that. Walked to the tourist info, got a map then head up …
... sluices were opened and closed in the correct sequence.
After that had a meal at the Queen Victoria which is a very old pub, and then a walk around the shops in the old town. The shops are at ground level and also on an upper level. Chester isan old Roman town and has kept it's character throughout hundreds of years. The wall is still in remarkble condition and is almost 90% complete.
Back down the motorway on Thursday to Ellesmere Port where the Waterways museum is. I guess you have to like boats, especially narrow boats, to enjoy a day out here. Just like yeaterday the weather was kind n the morning, but by 3.30 it was getting dark and cold.
still, we had a good look around the museum and spent about three hours there. Lots of things to see and in summer there are boat trips up the canal.
A good day out.
On Wednesday we set off to Port Sunlight and Ellesmere Port.
If you know the history of the Lever Company you will know that it made soap. If you don't look it up on Google as it is a real success story. William Lever started making soap out of palm oil instead of animal fat and it was so popular he became an extremely wealthy man. It was ...
Yesterday was cold but fairly sunny and we had a walk along the Trent and Mersey Canal, through a large park area and back along the Weaver to Anderton. Had lunch at the local pub. We have been to the Trent and Mersey before, it starts in the Nottingham area and we walked along it at Shardlow near Derby. We have now walked along both ends of the canal as Anderton is very near the end where it joins the Mersey.