Bridpoint Serviced Apartments
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... family on Monday morning in the beautiful town of Sucre. They'll be providing me with a room, a bed, breakfast, lunch and most likely a shed-load of completely bamboozling, non-English conversation! The rest of the trip I'll keep secret for now... The backpack is packed and all that stands between me and beautiful South America is a MAMMOTH 36-hour journey. Which I'm sure is going to be just FAB! :-| Watch this ...
Not sure what made me think of coming to Liverpool but it was well worth the visit, in fact, I could easily have stayed a couple more days and still not seen it all. My hotel was just across the road from the Albert Dock which is alive with museums, galleries, shops and eateries of all kinds. Just ...
-healed my athuritis holistically, and discovered holistic cures for other common diseases and illnesses such as kidney stones etc
Also worthy of mention are:
-I returned to Scotland (my birth place) this year and I have to say that Scotland has some world-class scenery
-I've discovered giving up things (not the same as giving up on things), not buying things, giving up my possessions and owning less makes me happier
... Also shows how very much part of the Industrial Age Manchester was. Seems to me this city has more to boast about itself than Liverpool (who seem to cash in on the Beatles.). To be fair, I believe maritime and shipping were Liverpool's big other features. - The John Rylands Library - yep I went to a library. But a very old, very prestigious and very beautiful old building. Not much to say ...
... was time to get on a train and head to Manchester. I still get the heebie geebies when using the underground. We had to take the lift down 6 floors to get to the platform. I still fight the urge to panic while standing on the platform. We might be on the other side of the world but earthquakes are still very much in the back of our minds. Once again we were running for the train - I will never mock the runners again! Thankfully we made ...