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What can I say about Liverpool? It is a port city, historical, industrial city. It has a lot of full bars, even on a Sunday. And that's not a good thing From what iv seen its a hard working town. From what I read, Liverpool is a very safe city. It doesn't ...
... than Tess pulling Sarah over ( more of that later ) all was fine. Ended the walk at the New DG hotel and had a few while watching England v Italy. Walked back to van and thought let's go in the walkers bar for a few more. It's a great pub with real ale and a real fire, two of the best things after walking up a Wainwright. So we didn't cook in our new van, just stayed in the pub and ...
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.
... bun, we had that much time! Oops! It didn't matter too much; it's good to be at the airport early! Plus they had free wifi so I could stay connected with friends (anybody noticed the common thread with wifi here?!). We used it to call Mum, that stranger woman from the other side of the world we were apparently going to see in a week too! Once we were done there we moved through security to our gate. Small problem, there was no plane there. They ...
... being played and saw the tables
set up in elegant fashion. (An interesting side note: Paul McCartney
auditioned for the Liverpool Cathedral choir but did not get in.) It is
Georgian architecture and made of sandstone.
We continued on to the Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the
King. Completed in 1967, it was modern and in stark contrast to the
other one, circular in form, with underground parking. The stained ...