Lets head to Chester, Chester is a great place to visit! This place has got a great feel to it. It has a old fashion fell to it with the old styled building in the town centre and shopping areas. The night life is pretty good to. There is plenty of restaurants to eat and bars to venture into. Also if you like visiting Zoos there is a really good one in Chester. The admission is a little bit more expensive that most zoos but well worth the visit.
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Pearson has taken a trip to Wollinton Hall in Nottingham. The building was built between 1580 and 1588. There is plenty of grounds to walk around on a nice summers day. The house is impressive but compare to other manor house located around the Uk it is quite small. Wollinton Hall and Deer Park is currently a council owned building, this is rare because most manor houses located in the UK are managed but the national trust.
The hall is open to the general public free of charge. but you will have to pay for the the car parking. The parking costs are £2.00 for 3 hours or £4.00 for all day.
Also in the court yard there is a engine museum that costs £2 per person.
If you fancy a bit to eat there is a cafe on site. Seating is limited on a bad day but if the weather is fine, the cafe does provide plenty of seating outside.
This is a great budget day out.
It was used in the film The Haunting (1999) I can under stand why with its gothic exterior is the ideal setting for a horror movie.
You can visit this manor house any time through out the year. It is currently used a university campus but you can stay the night as a guess. The grounds are so big they have wedding venues there to while the campus is open.
It is well worth the visit if you are into English heritage and Gothic architecture, Or if you are planning on getting married.
Pearson Home Moving in Paris.
This is a image taken on a river boat trip on the river Seine. It is a nice summers day in Paris and we are currently heading towards Notre Dame. The more common image of Notre dame is taken from the front. But I thought it would be different to take a picture from the rear.
I like this because the architectural design has got a Gothic sort of theme to it.
As you elbow your way through the summertime crowds around the Trevi Fountain, you’ll find it hard to believe that this little piazza was nearly always deserted before the film Three Coins in the Fountain brought the stampede of tour buses. Today this newly restored gem is a must on everybody’s itinerary.
Supplied by water from the Acqua Vergine aqueduct and a triumph of the baroque style, it was based on the design of Nicolo Salvi and was completed in 1762. The design centers on the triumphant figure of Neptunus Rex, standing on a shell chariot drawn by winged steeds and led by a pair of tritons. Two allegorical figures in the side niches represent good health and fertility.
On the southwestern corner of the piazza is a somber SS. Vincenzo e Anastasio, with a strange claim to fame. Within it survive the hearts and intestines of several centuries of popes. According to legend, the church was built on the site of a spring that burst from the earth after the beheading of St. Paul; the spring is one of the three sites where his head is said to have bounced off the ground.
Lets Take a trip to Vatican City. The City within a city.The home of the Pope Benedict XVI. This is a truly wonderful place to visit. The condition of the sculptures are in really good condition. When we went there was hundreds of people gathered in the center just admiring the area. But on Sundays when the the pope does his speech. the place it full.
Could You imagine how Windy it is here. Especially When you have waves this high crashing on your door step. You must be hard to live here.