Sunday, 5 November 2017

My Visit to Chester

Last weekend I went to visit my boyfriend, Jacob, and we planned to have a day out in Chester! Chester is about half an hour south of Liverpool, for those of you who are like me and have no sense of direction and the geographical knowledge of an eleven-year-old.

Lunch was first on the agenda, as neither of us can function without food. We had a pub lunch at The Boathouse which overlooks the River Dee. At first, we wanted to eat outside in one of these super adorable beach-hut styled pods so we could have the scenic view whilst eating, but we were a little chilly, considering it is now November!

We moved inside and managed to grab a window seat, getting the best of the view and the warmth.

When the food came, neither of us could believe how huge the portions were. The fish was as long as my forearm… which is apparently the same size as your foot! It was a foot-long piece of fish.

The oversized fish! He ate it all too, so proud.
I am a sucker for chips and coleslaw, these hips don't lie, baby. 
After filling ourselves up for the day, we decided that we needed to walk it off.

There are some gorgeous views in Chester, it is a really old Roman city with Tudor style and architecture dating back to the 1st century A.D – it even has an amphitheatre! Here are some pictures we took along the way.

It was perfect walking weather, cold enough to show off my a gorgeous fluffy coat (charity shop bargain) but warm enough to not resent the walk itself.

I know this is a short post, guys, but I just wanted to show you how beautiful Chester is rather than describe it all! If you are around the North West of England, Chester should be at the top of your list to visit. If you would like to see what Chester has to offer, then click here for an awesome guide. Or, if you're on a budget (like me) and just want a nice day outside, then the simple views and a good lunch here are perfect.


George x 

No comments

Post a Comment

Blogger Template Created by pipdig