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Travel Blogs from Liverpool
... learned that the area of the labrynith was able to survive with no water. Wow!!!! Following this visit to the gardens we headed to manchester to see my sister, brother in law and niece and nephew. The GPS was great and took us on the country roads to avoid the traffic. We enjoyed a wonderful Shabbat dinner together and the kids are having fun playing and catching up. Now for a restful Shabbat Shabbat ...
... and Carrie apparently catch it back home!
With formalities all over in little more than one hour, we move to champagne and graduation cupcakes in the marquee and a lovely lunch in the cafe in an equally impressive 1800's former library.
And all too suddenly, there's a taxi to the airport waiting.
Greece, here we come!
Or so we thought.
Our MAN-LHR flight is delayed fifty minutes. The ...
... wilds could be best described as a small forest grove, followed by a few hectares of sheep pasture and stone walls, terminating at a large country palace/estate. Not exactly Canadian grizzlies and glaciers but a very pleasant mid-day scramble. Also, no black flies...
So, we picnicked on the 'peak' of the hill basking in sunshine and the panoramic view of Manchester, Lyme Park, and the Cage (a fantastical hunting lodge/folly near the ...
... a loo break and a cuppa. True to form, we managed to get lost at the service centre! We followed the lane marked cars as opposed to the one marked HGVs and ended up back on the motorway. ..only we could get that wrong.
It was raining again when we got into Liverpool. Our hotel doesn't have car parking so we had to stop in the taxi stand, unload our suitcases, find the car park and then find the hotel again. You know where this is going don't you? ...
... his theory totally wrong.
Ignoring the kids' pleas to help with the treasure hunt, I staggered to the bathroom, bouncing off the walls and proceeded to hole myself up in a cubicle for the remaining 3 or 4 hours of the trip. I found a variety of positions to retch in. I should write the kama sutra of nausea. Occasionally the kids came in to check I wasn't dead.
The bucking and churning went of for an interminable length of time. ...
Other places to stay in Liverpool
Central Liverpool, Liverpool | 3 star hostelfrom $65
Central Liverpool, Liverpool | 3 star hostelfrom $37
Picton, Liverpool | Hostelfrom $57
Princes Park, Liverpool | Hostelfrom $52
25 Tabley Street, Liverpool | Hostelfrom $31
Cressington, Liverpool | Hostelfrom $45
Picton, Liverpool | Hostelfrom $49
Everton, Liverpool | Hostelfrom $17