The Coach House
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... be able to celebrate with her. Naomi, Heather, Peter, Kristie, Alexa, and I all went to the student bar on campus and then a club in town called Rosie's. We spent the evening bopping around and just having a good time. I always enjoy going out with them and I can't wait to continue that in the next 3 months. Ben is turning 21 next week so I'm sure that will bring some good laughs and celebration. Overall, I ...
As if probably relevant from the title of this blog, we went to Chester today. Along the way we stopped at a couple places to visit.
The first place we stopped was the Marble Church in Bodelwyddan. This church was built by Lady Willoughby de Broke in memory of her husband. The first stone was placed on July 24, 1856. It cost a little over 60,000 pounds to build, with today's conversion rate, that is a little under 120,000 dollars!
It was ...
... or lack thereof) every time I meet someone new is starting to lose its charm.
Day 22 was dominated by a mundane bus ride from London to an international heritage city in the north of England called Chester. A local friend, Henna, who I had met in Australia during her travels, lives in Chester so I decided to make the trip to get away from the hustle and bustle of London. A £12 ticket and 6 hours bus ride, predominantly on the motorway (so there isn’t even much to ...
... The hotel was within fifty metres of the East Gate. We joined the city wall walk here. Chester has the only complete city wall left in the country and measuring nearly two miles long, makes for a good way to see the town centre. The path follows the top of the town wall for most of the way, only descending to street level briefly along the banks of the River Dee. A weir helps keep the water level in the upper ...
... with us and now we have more, including one more suitcase which should make things interesting as we go to London tomorrow. We have thrown out some old stuff and yet we are bursting at the seams. Once we got organized, Auntie and I went off to Sainsbury's to buy some last minute sale items that I had my eye on including Jamie Oliver's new cookbook at the cheapest rate we have seen. We returned home and had tea with birthday cake for Ella and uncle Phil. They had bought her ...