As I said in a previous post the weather on my trip down to Caernarvon had been fun but then a journey with the prospect of bumping into coffee and cake is always something I look forward to. Purely in the name of research of course.
A Little while ago I took a trip out to Hull on the east coast. Things had begun the long return to normal and I needed to visit a place I either hadn’t been to before or hadn’t been to for a long time. After a bit of head scratching and no I didn’t get any splinters in my fingers, I decided on a revisit to Hull.
The day unfolds, what started out as an unpromising day has blossomed nicely in Chester. The city is a regular go to place, there’s always plenty going on, the area around the Town Hall and market is currently being redeveloped. These things can either end well…….or less so….. See how it goes. https://www.visitcheshire.com/chester https://www.visitcheshire.com/ https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attractions-g186233-Activities-Chester_Cheshire_England.html Other Links. https://lachlan-main.pixels.com/ https://www.artflakes.com/en/shop/lachlan-main https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B00TKGBNYM https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lachlan1/sets
Well September has arrived and with it a burst of sunshine and warmth. Hopefully the long days will be going out in a golden haze and not a grey, damp mist. I’m taking a break from jam and chutney making, yes my rock and roll lifestyle, with a few hours on the Fylde Coast at Lytham. The town is one of my favourite get away spots,even on a busy day […]
It is a rule or if it isn’t it should be. A visit to the seaside must include fish and chips. I have a favourite chippy, actually I have a couple but this one fight’s its way to the top fairly often. It’s located in the village of Knott End, just across the mouth of the River Wyre from Fleetwood. The journey by the ferry is only a few minutes, […]