from the train station you could walk straight up City Rd and at the top cross the roundabout or take the subway straight across ( right for the city centre) to the Grosvenor Park (10 min walk) which has views across the river, then exit near St John's church which is next to the Roman Amphitheatre and from here you will see the city wall. Just before the walls is the Roman Gardens, if you go through the walls to the traffic lights the road to the left/ right is Upper and Lower Bridge St and the rows start on Upper Bridge St, Lower Bridge St leads to the river and some of the previous mentioned pubs. When returning to the train station you could follow the canal and when you get to Harkers pub ( good pub) the steps outside lead up to City Road and you are only a few mins from the station.
"anyone can recommend a traditional yet romantic pub that'll be great"
The pub is housed in the 16th century banqueting hall of Gamul House, and the bar is set into the massive old fireplace. http://www.the-tap.co.uk/gamul-house/
Read the reviews on the TA website.Edited: 13 September 2013, 11:14
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"Take her to the mulberry outlet in York she will love it ,"
What has that got to do with a post about sights and eating places in Chester?
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