When I was a child, a day out in Chester
was both a treat and a joy.
We did the same thing pretty much every time we were there.
A walk around the walls.
An hour in the cathedral.
Lunch in one of the city’s first family friendly pubs.
We’re just back from a long weekend in Chester,
and I re-enacted those days for my own family.
Chester is, in my opinion, one of the United Kingdom’s
most beautiful cities.
If you’ve never been, make a plan to go.
If you already know Chester, make a plan to go again.
4 thoughts on “The Roman Walled City of Chester”
Always nice to revisit happy memory places. Beautiful cathedral & interesting clock tower.
yet another city I haven't visited..glad you enjoyed it and it brought back so many happy memories xx
Wonderful photos. I love Chester.
It is indeed beautiful. I went two years ago only for the second time. I love the double height pavements – such a great idea in our climate, and so nicely preserved. How lovely to be able to introduce the next generation to it.