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I really enjoyed my stay at YHA Liverpool. The breakfast was fantastic, the rooms comfortable and well priced and the staff very helpful. The only downside was trying to find the place using a street atlas.
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Well, day 1 did not quite contain the comedy found in the 1987 classic starring Steve Martin and John Candy, but I did travel by plane, train, and automobile all in one trip. So, the journey started with a guy named Joe. Joe was my Empire driver who kindly drove me to the airport. He was a gem of a guy, who enjoyed small talk...couldn't have asked for a better fit. We spoke about similarities between Coney Island and my home town, the current ongoing in ...
... and gear to take back to London on Sunday night. I am back at work Monday and Tuesday (!) and we'll be sorting out final bits and saying our goodbyes before we head to Heathrow early on Thursday morning.
We fly first to Bangkok via a very fast change at Mumbai. It's around 14 hours in total but we arrive at 7am their time so its a question of powering through the day or getting into the hotel as early as we can ...
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... on display, then went outside to have lunch, came back in and saw more of the exhibitions. The museum was very large and there was lots to see, including what docks would have looked like in the 18th and 19th centuries.
When i finished here it started to rain, so i headed over to the shops on the Albert docks, and looked around, then had a look at the information center and then went to the magical mystery tour start point. ...
... 44 years ago. This was another emotional moment for Brian & Dee, and a few quiet thoughts were contemplated followed by a few hugs to celebrate Brian's return. After a little more sightseeing we pick up the photos and head home for a cuppa before racing off to Sue and Peter's for tea. Dee had to call Sue to let her know we were coming "as we were" because we hadn't had time to have a shower, as we had spent so much time in the city. Sue and Peter live in a very old farm ...