Northern England Day 3

Today we went to Chester, a historic city with a beautiful cathedral and an old wall. Well, it’s got a bit more than that, but if you were to boil it down, those are the main things.

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It was a beautiful day for visiting Chester.
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You can see Chester there near Liverpool.
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One of the gates as part of the wall.
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Here’s the view from on the wall.
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A closer look at the fancy clock.
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A view of Pat from the wall.
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The cathedral, as seen from the wall. There were lots of flowers blooming.
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Inside the cathedral.
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Deeper inside the cathedral.
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And still deeper in the cathedral. I have to say, this was my favourite part of it. Beautiful, isn’t it? And it was tucked away in the corner.
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The cathedral’s courtyard garden was very nice and had rare trees and flowers growing in it.

We also visited a museum and saw the remains of the Roman colosseum and bath house. There were people going around dressed as centurions and a pretty river. It was nice.

After coming back from Chester and having dinner with Pat’s parents (extremely kind and generous people), we went for a drive around the area and watched the sun set.

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All in all, a good day.

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