Ye Olde King's Head
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... my photo from when I was here in 2009 and see what the differences are.
After visiting the shrine I made my way back across the Dee and along the riverfront to Grosvenor Park, which is laid out in the Victorian style, and is quite pleasant to walk around. The park also contains a couple of memorials, and a miniature railroad for the kids! Not too far from the park are the remains of a Roman Amphitheatre. The amphitheatre is the largest in ...
... jaguars, a trio of cheetahs and a rather large lion or two.
One downside to going in winter is that a lot of the cafes and such are closed, but I was able to get a drink and a muffin at the restaurant, which was a nice break from walking around.
I'll write more about the animals in their photo descriptions (which I'm not sure transfer to Facebook properly, so you might have to come to the blog itself to see them!)
Today sees us leaving Witton Gilbert with Passports! Vicky took us to Durham Station and then we caught the train and bus to Manchester Airport! The whole journey went very smoothly, with the exception of lugging large cases up and down stairs at York but hey ho! Very early in Airport - 1hr before gate opened. Looking forward to being frisked by Si but he's in Teneriffe! Both well and now waiting for Gate to open and signing off for next ...
... 160; It had a very spoken word-esque feel to it. It was pretty incredible to witness. Even though the community was on a smaller scale, their love and passion for the Lord was mighty! That's basically it for this last week. We started classes today so I will post at the end of the week with all my first impressions and opinions. It's been a worldwind so far, but I am definitely loving every minute and know Chester is where I am suppose to be. ...
... organised to go up north to visit the Dutton's. We booked a train from Euston and ended up at a small station called Runcorn. The 2hr train ride was actually quite nice. The scenery was lovely. Reminded us of New Zealand; just without the hills. We were greeted by Mike, Jane and Rodger. We struggled to understand them for the first few hours but eventually adjusted to their accent. We arrived back at the farm and caught up with everyone over a cup of tea and football on ...