Set off on Saturday around ten-thirty, the weather was once again nice to us, we passed what seemed like never ending rows of moored boats just after Tattenhall, but the scenery was lovely and we weren't in a rush.
We stopped at Hunts Cross for lunch alongside Aldi and called in for some supplies.
|Water tower as you approach Chester|
|Old Steam Mill|
These old building look fantastic it's a shame so many get demolished and replaced by metal clad monstrosities.
|Old warehouses as we enter Chester.|
As we approached Cow lane bridge we knew this was our last winding hole before the staircase locks, if we pass here and all the moorings at Telford basin had gone it would mean coming back up the staircase, we didn't want to do that, so we stayed here knowing it was likely to get noisy at tonight.
|The Lock Keepers Pub|
|View from Cow Lane Bridge|
|View onto Frodsham Street|
|Approaching the clock from the city wall|
When we reached the clock bridge we were amazed at the amount of people out and about.
|Corinne with the river Dee behind her.|
|Roman Amphitheatre Remains|
|Charlie feeling sorry for himself|
|Telford basin from city wall|
City wall walk completed and its back to the boat for a drink and rest.
|Charlie, Dog tired|
|Canal cutting channelled out of the rock|
|'Bridge of Sighs'|
|Charlie feeling a bit more lively today|
|Centre staircase lock, all are very deep|
Telford basin, definitely a lot quieter on Sunday.
|King Charles's Tower over looks the canal|
|The red building was once Westminster Coach & Motor Car Works|
|Night shot taken on my phone|
McDonalds charged us £1.69, 20p more for the same coffee we get near home. Ripping off the tourists I guess.
|Small alleyways leading off to various other shops|