Chester Taxi and Airport Transfers: February 2013

Friday 22 February 2013

River Dee Chester

Visit Chester, and sit on the waterfront, enjoying live music and watching the world go by .There is plenty of seating, including shady areas for those rare English sunny days, and always something to watch on the water.  AND if it's a Chester Taxi you're looking for we won't let you down.

The bandstand often features real musicians, and there is a regular art market held just under the City walls, with works being displayed & sold by local artists. Add some lovely Cheshire Farm ice cream and you have a perfect summer afternoon (English weather permitting!)

If you are in Chester it is well worth going down to the riverbank. On a sunny day it is really beautiful and there will often be musicians playing. If you go for a walk along the bank you get to very nice countryside and there are boat trips if you are not up to walking

Grosvenor Park Chester

LYING adjacent to the River Dee, the 20 acre park was donated to the city by Richard, the second Marquis of Westminster and was opened in 1867.

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Chester Taxi explore Grosvenor Park Chester

The park was designed by Edward Kemp who was a pupil of Joseph Paxton, architect of Crystal palace.
The Chester Chronicle recorded the park opening celebrations on November 9th, 1867: 'The procession was one of the grandest ever witnessed in Chester, and it was about a mile in length'.

Kemp's general design layout has been retained to this day and the park is considered one of the best examples of Victorian parkland in the North West.

The park has a number of interesting features, these include:
St. Mary's Arch - Dating from around the 13th century, the arch was removed from St. Mary's Benedictine Nunnery, which was ruined by Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1637.

Jacob's Well Drinking Fountain - A small stone arch that once had a fountain and a dish for their pets.
Old Shipgate Arch - This once stood at the west of Bridgegate and was taken down in 1831.

Statue - A testimonial to the Marquis of Westminster, the statue was designed by Thomas Thornicroft.
'Bill Hobby's Well' - The land on which the park was built was once called 'Bill Hobby's Field' and the well existed at that time.

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Things to do in Chester

Things to do in Chester

Walls of Chester
Chester, England

To see Chester, this is how you do it. The walls are about 2 miles in length and if done properly will take you around an hour to see it all. It takes you around what was Roman-Chester with information points and the highlight of the journey is standing at EastGate underneath the famous clock, looking out over to Foregate Street on one side and Eastgate Street on the other.

These walls go around a portion of the city. You can view the river dee from the top, see the clock tower, and at some points, there are turrets. It’s  worthwhile doing. This is a cute city. You can view the amphitheatre from these walls.

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Taxi Chester and things to do in Chester

Monday 11 February 2013

Attractions in Chester

Attractions in Chester From medieval rows & city walls to trendy bars & shopping malls.

There has been a church on this site for over 1,000 years. Originally a Saxon Minster, then rebuilt as a Benedictine Abbey, this magnificent building is a national treasure in the heart of the city and has been the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Chester since 1541.

From Norman arches to gothic columns, spectacular fourteenth century woodcarvings, the medieval shrine of St. Werburgh and spectacular stained glass. The Cloisters and Church form one of the most complete medieval monastic complexes in the country.

Chester Cathedral demonstrates the skills of craftsmen over the centuries and is a place where history has happened

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Chester Zoo
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Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet has long been a favourite with savvy shoppers looking for quality brands at permanently discounted, great fun for the kids too

Grosvenor Museum
Fascinating displays that build up a picture of Roman Chester. Go back in time to home life from the 17th century to the 1920s. Explore 'hands-on' the geology and natural history of the area. Enjoy the beauty of art, and discover the city's important place in silver history

Cheshire Military Museum
Regimentalia of 4 Regiments: The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment, Cheshire Yeomanry, 3rd Carabiniers, and 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards, all originally raised in Cheshire from 1689. Aspects, too, of Eaton Hall Officer Cadet School from the 1950s

Blue Planet Aquarium
Blue Planet Aquarium is home to over 50 different exhibits from around the world. View our 3.8 million litre Caribbean Reef

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Friday 8 February 2013

Airport Transfers in Chester

Our Airport Transfers provides cheap and reliable door to door transportation service in Chester and the surrounding areas at fixed prices.

At the same, or even cheaper price of a regular taxi, the modern fleet of vehicles in Chester and the surrounding areas includes saloon cars and minibuses as well as luxury cars for private hire.

Booking your Manchester Airport or Liverpool Airport transfer with us, one of our experienced drivers will wait for you at the arrival (agreed) meeting point, he will meet and greet you, help you with your luggage, and drive you safely to your destination.

Booking your Manchester or Liverpool Airport taxi transfer with us is easy, fast and secure. When you book online or by email , you will receive an  confirmation email and or a reservation number.

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Airport Transfers Chester

Taxi Runs from Chester to Airports

Our taxi runs to the airports are increasing at the moment with more corporate clients booking in advance and many of them prefer either to pay online or by credit card on board the taxi.

There are minor changes from Cheshire west and Chester council regarding the station rank, taken effect from 11th of February, all cabs will park on the left hand side of the rank at the front of the station.

There is an ongoing consultation with the bus company which may involve changing these arrangements at a future date, but for now we are asked to park on the left.

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