What kind of a place is Chester? I've never heard of the place prior to my arrival in the UK. Interestingly enough, there are three mates in my MA who were Chester fellows. On top of that, every single person who had been there had had only good things to say about the place. Because I didn't 'know', it lessened my desire to visit before. However, when a friend you had not seen in 14 years comes to visit you, you're bound to pick up surprises wherever you go!
This is our budget saver ticket. If you buy one for all areas, then you can go anywhere within Merseyside by bus, train, or ferry, and as many times as you please. The only tiny catch is that it is for off-peak hours only. Once you've scratched out the date, lamentate it and show the ticket to the people at the entrance, then off you go!
這是切斯特火車站。This is the train station.
There was so much to see in this little place!
The hotel across from the station.
It was very different from the streets of Liverpool.
The pub signs were more 'English' than Liverpudlian ones.
The history of most buildings were written on the exterior. It was like visiting a museum-town, basically!
When new era meets old.
Unique design of shopping areas.
Cat!! Need I say more?
Typical trade marks of 'England'.
Some little shop.
Absolutely had to take this shot.
There is no historical background in this article, because it will be introduced as we look at each of the different places one by one. Please await patiently.