|Very old (the bridge), old (the first bus) and new (the second bus) join in the ancient city of Chester|
|I hadn't realised that milliners still existed as shops|
|We had morning coffee at La Paticerie on Lower Bridge Street with wonderful smiling staff and cakes to drool over|
|The Old King's Head was the house of Randle Holme, Mayor of Chester 1633-4. It was described as a 'new building' in 1633.|
|These elegant houses of the Abbey Square were built in the mid 18th century and must be some of the most desirable town residences in Chester|
|and these cottages were built in 1626 by Bishop John Bridgeman. The building to the right is part of the Chester Cathedral complex.|
|A get-together of advertising banners. |
What happened to the ever-present sandwich board man with "The end of the world is nigh" written on it that every town used to have?
|On the way home CJ and I stopped in Parkgate for an ice cream. |
Ice creams and shrimps have (separately!) been part of Parkgate since we were children.