The International Inn & Apartments

Address: 4 South Hunter Street, Liverpool, Greater Liverpool, England, L1 9JG, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Cressington area of Liverpool, is near Mendips - John Lennon Home, 20 Forthlin Road - McCartney Home, Sudley House, and Calderstones Park.
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      It begins!

      A travel blog entry by charlie.kidson on Feb 09, 2015

      Off to Manchester after supper to be next to the airport for the early morning flight! Need to check in at 6.40 am (sigh)... But very excited to get on the way! Hoping for an upgrade due to it being my birthday (10th feb), however, will be very surprised if i get one! Fingers crossed. Etihad flight to Bangkok via Abu Dhabi ...

      Liverpool and General Thoughts and Observations

      A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... a hop-on, hop-off tomorrow to get the highlights, but I don't feel nearly as comfortable here as I did in Cardiff. I think we are in a student housing area which probably explains it. We had a ramble down to Albert Dock which was very nice, and then a delicious bite to eat at The Hub Restaurant and Bar, continuing on with our sharing approach to meals (I mean, we eat the same meal at home -- why not in a restaurant?)

      I think ...

      Day 57 Dublin to Liverpool (a few frains)

      A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 31, 2014

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      Today was going to be a long travel day. I got up at 6am, showered, dressed, went down to breakfast. Quickly ate and then returned to the room where i got ready for the day, did some packing, then took the bags down. I checked out of the hotel, said goodbye to those staying in Dublin and most of those going to London. I then got on the coach and the coach dropped me at the ferry port. I said goodbye and walked to the port. I checked in with Irish ferries ...

      Exploring Liverpool's Cathedrals

      A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Jan 14, 2014

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      Today we visited Liverpool with my Grandparents who were both born and raised in Liverpool.

      Driving into the city they pointed out where they grew up and how the area has changed from what it was back then to what it is now. Liverpool was a town with immense wealth. The first wet dock in Britain was built in Liverpool and completed in 1715. It was the first commercial enclosed wet dock in the world and was constructed for a capacity of ...

      Ferry Cross The Mersey

      A travel blog entry by bollidarling on Aug 02, 2013

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      ... to Birkenhead. The one we took was a 50 min round trip going up the Mersey and back again with a commentary on the history of Liverpool. Of course they had to play the song Ferry cross The Mersey - whick I remember well (even saw the film back in the day). I suspect most of the people on the ferry were just like us, well sightseers rather than commuters - not colonials from down under . The building ...