Staycity Serviced Apartments Duke St, Lever Court
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... one person helping another person. Every single person there has just as an important life as anyone back home. They deserve the chance in life to have joy, and happiness, to have an education, and enjoy their families. It's hard to think about, who needs to change......Africa or the West? I think the last thing Africa needs is to be changed by the western civilization. If that happens it will ruin their beauty. There is a lot to be learned from the simplicity ...
... hours in the Museum of Liverpool (free entry) which was very interesting and worthy of a longer visit. The fog cleared a little bit as we headed to Lime Street station to start the trip home via Manchester and Sheffield so it did allow us to see the mythical 'Liver Birds' atop the Liver Building overlooking the River Mersey. A return visit to the city will be had at some point as there is plenty more to see and do and maybe have a side trip to Southport ...
... Cilla Black but last night at the restaurant at our hotel we had a lovely young lady, Abbie, as our waitress. She had a delightful accent but we could not understand a lot of what she was saying so Chris had to ask her to repeat herself on several occasions. She took it all with good humour and said she couldn’t work out if we were New Zealanders of Australians because we all sound alike. We told her that we were Tasmanians - a different breed altogether.
Friday July 17- An early start was necessary today to catch the train to Liverpool and our Fab4 Cab Beatle Tour with Eddie our our guide. For 3 hours he expertly showed us all the important sights related to each of the Beatles formative years and early career in Liverpool. We saw Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and Eleanor Rigby's grave, among many ...
... of the sociological truth that we become what our childhood experiences make us.
George Harrison's childhood home. George had a stable home life, living here, the shiny red painted one in front of the car, with his home-maker mother and bus driver father. He would later move close to McCartney's home and for a time they would ride the bus together to the Liverpool Institute and become friends. Often George's father, Harold, would be driving their bus.