The International Inn & Apartments
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... good night out and a good percentage of the show was spent standing, clapping and dancing along to the music. It would however have been good to have a bit more of a story interlaced into the show as well as the music of Paul, John, George and Ringo which was performed by very talented musicians who very much looked the part.
Being the 31st October our trip back to New Brighton from Liverpool Lime Street was accompanied by witches, ghouls ...
... change. Things happen when you’re away that people don’t want to communicative, people have this sudden theory that you’re to busy or you don’t need interrupting. When all you really want is to remain connected. Technology these days allows for amazing levels of communication and therefore we really have no excuse.(This reminds me, I need to call my Grandma and Grandad). Our own happiness is just ...
... the correct terminal. So it's wait for check in time, fortunately only half an hour. The boat/ship/ferry doesn't sail for another two and half hours but they want passengers on early so they can order meals and the like. The basic fare is quite cheap but then the add on add up! Cabins, meals, drinks, sauna, massage...There is meant to be wifi at the terminal but it is either so slow or not switched on because I get nothing. Consequently I type away and save in order to ...
... a fantastic cruise it had been, with so many new experiences. Tonight some other lucky people would be in cabin 5050, all excited because their holiday is just beginning. It’s always quite depressing when a holiday comes to an end, but we have another cruise to look forward to in January. :-)
Just after 9.00am we picked up our bags and made our way to Deck 3 and down the gangplank for the final time. The Liverpool ...
... in the Slave Trade in the 19th century. On the next floor they had an exhibition on the Titanic, but by then I was getting hungry and realised that I could have spent my whole day in Liverpool just looking around this one Museum, but there was no point doing that. After a burger and a cuppa in the shopping area, I walked back to the docks but further along than I had been. I was looking for the iconic Liver building and the Mersey Ferry. I found them at Pier head, ...