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Finally I have been granted my 18 months career break from the work from May 2015. Been saving like a ******* since November but know it's going to be worth it. Plus will be selling my camper van (Gonna miss that beauty) and me car to add to the funds. Kicking it off with India so first things first, flights and visa. This is gonna be ...
... Slavery Museum in it. There was also an exhibit on the Titanic there as well. Everything was interesting, except the Slavery Exhibit was based on the American Slave Trade, that I grew up learning about in school.
We then wanted to go to The Beatles's Story, but the line was to long. Instead we got in the Wheel of Liverpool. It is like the London Eye, except it goes around 6 times more, and it was way cheaper. It was really cool to see the city of Liverpool from up there.
... and emptied the car of everything we wanted to keep and then I returned the car to the airport. What a relief off my mind to not have to worry about a car anymore! Since May 22, we have had a rental car and driven it everyday except for the two days we spent in London. It was always stressful to drive in new places, cities and streets and find parking. So big ...
... is one of the earliest surviving parts of the Liverpool dock system. It was built to the design of engineer/architect Jesse Hartley and was officially opened on 30th July 1846 by HRH Prince Albert.The impressive buildings, the first to be built entirely of cast iron, brick and stone, were once overflowing with exotic goods such as sugar, cotton and tobacco from around the world. Built ...
... would you believe it, I was the very first person of the day to enter The Beatles Story! This is a magnificent display of Beatles history, including video footage, music, original costumes, musical instrument and scores of photos, posters and other memorabilia . An audio tour helped me to understand exactly what I was seeing. With very few people in the ‘museum’ (for want of something to call it), I was able to take my time and take lots of ...