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Travel Blogs from Liverpool
... and told to go right and it should be right there. We hunted around a bit looking very much like lost tourists with our full sets of luggage but we found it and we are settling in now. We are all VERY tired since none of us slept on the plane. I've made a cup of tea....since I am British for the week that seemed like the first thing I should do...and we are resting for a short ...
I snuck her back in the hostel for some breakfast and a little nap until we retreated downtown to checkout the sights. Her high class immediately kicked in requiring Starbucks Iced coffee, which they explained to her that they don’t have in England. She has so much to learn. :P
We went and checked out the Football museum and I let the embarrassment begin :P They had a station where you recorded your thoughts on video of why ...
... It took longer than planned because of the trail signs being difficult to following in places and with panniers on it is near impossible to get a bike through the gates on trails that have been put in to stop motorbikes. We are rethinking the pannier bags for the rest of our ride through the UK. We are considering cutting down to one each and sending the others through to meet us in Copenhagen. The next few days we are in and around ...
... the very top. The views from the top were amazing, it is way higher than anything else in the city. We then walked to St Luke's church in the city centre. This church was hit by a incendiary bomb during the WWII blitz and the entire inside was destroyed, but left all of the walls intact. It is surrounded by a lovely garden and the inside has also been allowed to become green and filled with wild gardens. It makes for a large contrast between seeing the ...
... Line of Titanic
fame, is noteworthy. Since Cunard was born in Canada, the road in front
of the building is called Canada Blvd. It is lined with maple trees in
honour of the many Canadian convoys that crossed the Atlantic to help
Great Britain during World War II.
Another feature of the waterfront is the yellow submarine made famous by the Beatles.
All in all, Liverpool exceeded my expectation. It is a place I would like to visit again.