Where To Travel Cheshire | Chester
Chester City is known for it's black and white buildings that are Medieval and Victorian. With a population of 118,200 there is plenty of Beds and Mattresses needed around the place. Its close by to Frodsham our Home
Bridge Street Chester
The city was one of the last cities to be taken by the Normans. William the conqueror ordered a castle to be built so he could dominate the town and near by Welsh boarder.
The River Dee
The River Dee runs right through the center of Chester. It's an attraction for all to see. With plenty of Cafe's and Ice cream parlours on the river bank. Its the perfect walk for Sunday stroll or a boat trip.
Chester Zoo this attraction is not to be missed probably the most famous Zoo in the north west and one of the largest in the UK. Its popular to to take the children to give them education and a better life style.
Chester Race Course
Its a great day out if you looking for a buzz. Ladies Day is a time for females to get there best dress on and have a few fun bets. Put the 9th May in your calendars its not to be missed
Places To Eat Out
Upstairs At The Grill
If you like your steaks then this is a restaurant not to be missed. The Manhattan styled Steak house is a favourite to Chester visitors. With gluten free and vegetarian dishes on the menu. Top marks on the Reviews
Fillet Steak 8oz - £ 26.95
It's Indian and Asian restaurant with plenty of selection of the menu. It caters to Vegans and vegetarians and also has gluten free options available. From the Reviews the staff and owner are very pleasant and helpfull
Vegetable Thali For 2 - £ 19.90
Ex Liverpool legend and Ballon d'Or winner is from Chester and still lives there with his wife and kids. He's the perfect example for anyone looking at improving there life style. His most memorable moment was in the World Cup 1998 against Argentina
Chester should be on your list of places to travel in 2019 its a place of History and experiences not to be missed !
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- lee muray