Chester

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  1. kiwicamper

    kiwicamper Read Only Funster

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    Had a great day visiting Chester.Lovely interesting town,or is that city,as it has a beautiful cathedral.
    Parked all day at the Little Roodie car and coach park and am now staying overnight amongst about a dozen other motorhomes.Who said you can't freedom camp in England.
    much better than the 15 quid we were charged last night at a CC. power hookup was an extra pound and the showers were a pound too:cry:
     
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  2. Carol

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    It is a beautiful city lots to see walk the walls, have a look at the canal usually quite a bit of activity there, a stroll along the river also there is a nice park for a picnic in, if you need any food supplies Tesco is just a 5 minutes walk past the museum cross the road by the traffic lights and you are there. The indoor market has had a new lease of life and worth a look around. Enjoy :Smile:
     
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    The Grosvenor Museum's worth a look - that's less than 10 minutes walk from where you are now, back in the direction of the town centre along the road that crosses the bridge behind the Little Roodee car park. Opens 1-4pm on a Sunday.
     
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    If you like Chester wait until you visit York.:BigGrin:
     
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  5. WynandJean

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    I was going to recommend York but Busby beat me to it. Loads to see and do.

    The railway museum (free entry) caught us out. We thought we'd see that before continuing on to look around town. Well we were there all day and realised that people were leaving because it was closing and we still had't seen it all!:Eek!:

    Wyn

     
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