Pied Bull Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPied Bull Inn Chester
Great old pub in Chester - stopped in for a cider.
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... family on Monday morning in the beautiful town of Sucre. They'll be providing me with a room, a bed, breakfast, lunch and most likely a shed-load of completely bamboozling, non-English conversation! The rest of the trip I'll keep secret for now... The backpack is packed and all that stands between me and beautiful South America is a MAMMOTH 36-hour journey. Which I'm sure is going to be just FAB! :-| Watch this ...
Not sure what made me think of coming to Liverpool but it was well worth the visit, in fact, I could easily have stayed a couple more days and still not seen it all. My hotel was just across the road from the Albert Dock which is alive with museums, galleries, shops and eateries of all kinds. Just ...
Then I fully expect myself to learn vipassana and not talk for days on end, hmmm added to it, I am going to silence my mind, which I imagine for me will be one of the hardest things that I've even done in my life!
I've also decided that I am going to be a monk for few months, and it means shaving off my hair and eyebrows and only eating one bowl of food per day. The funny thing is whilst most people would be worried about shaving their hair off, my fear ...
... Here are some I spotted: Rubber Soul Bar Lennon's Bar Fab 4 oyster bar Revolution Imagine The Glass Onion Of course the genuine Cavern Club Their reasons would seem more genuine, but there are guys outside in the street promoting their bar and encouraging you to come inside! As I said...tacky! Will go and get my food now ...
Today we drove up around the north coast of Wales to Conwy, site of yet another of Edward I's splendidly turreted fortresses. We decided not to go into the castle itself this time, but instead walked along the top of the 1200m town wall, which was built at the same time as the castle, between 1277 and 1307, to protect the town. This gave us some great views, not only of the castle, but also of the town itself, and across the Conwy River estuary to Snowdonia.
Then we tried to take in ...