Despite his night on the razzle in Chester Nigel was up with the lark to phone down to reception to enquire what was on the breakfast menu as he was a touch famished of an absolutely ravenous type nature …. we was informed that it was a full and robust English …. or a Continental, including spicy sausage if Sir so preferred …. however the lady was very sorry, but they didn’t have any Marmite in the little heart shaped plastic containers we all love so much when we are away……
…… which Nigel duly noted for the TripAdvisor review he was going to write, with Darrell's help when he got home.
Once breakfast had been partaken with and before Nigel had to forge his passage back home he had a little time to have a quick look round Chester ….He said he felt enveloped in
hysteria history, as everywhere he looked was old and quintessentially English and romantic … what is he like?
He said he had learned a bit about some history when he intermingled incognito amongst a group of Americans he recognised from breakfast at the hotel who were engrossed in a talk being given by a Roman Centurion …. however Nigel couldn’t help but notice that one of the American gentlemen in the group was a little distracted by a shop to his right …..… And Nigel said that the aforementioned American gentleman had good reason to be distracted, as the shop in question was Rococo Chocolates which was the poshest establishment of a confectionary type nature that Nigel had ever stood outside, so posh in fact that even Nigel with all his bravado said he just wouldn’t have dared go in …..…… especially when he saw that the hand painted chocolate lobster he had had his eye on would have set him back a cool £19.35!