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... that. Like many cities, even close to home there are industrial cities that are struggling. We couldn't get a hostel, so it was a HOTEL for us! We can not get use to that! But a HOT shower.. A shower in our own bathroom! That exists here?? The beds so comfy, ...
So after many years of wanting a VW camper van we bought one. It was a normal Sunday afternoon, went for a carvery to a pub in Radcliffe and once home I thought I know what I'll do - apply for a loan. 5 minutes later money was in the bank. Found a van we liked and within 2 weeks it was ours. 1st trip Loft cragg. Finished work at ten, Sarah had got everything ready so we were straight off. Had ...
Liverpool was a balance between York and Manchester. The city life definitely accessible but it was still cosy and romantic. We enjoyed walking along the docks and looking at the ships moored along the shore of the river whilst devouring some epically delicious homemade fudge!
Highlights definitely include the evening spent at the Cavern Club singing and dancing to Beatles tribute songs and the Tuk Tuk drive through the city.
... path. From the memorial, I found my way to the Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens and then crossed the park back to Bayswater Road and the hotel. Everyone else was just getting up when I returned, except for Stewart who is also an early riser.
We packed up everything and then we had breakfast. After that we checked out and caught a taxi to Euston Station. Euston is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line, the busiest and ...
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First the amazing part: these people could sing. The little karaoke I've seen in my day is sung by people like me - ie. people who should not sing. These guys (and they were usually guys) could belt out Tom Jones, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and other famous voices almost note for note, and sound really good doing it. One Johnny Cash fan in particular did a rendition of "Walk The Line" so good I had ...