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... my photo from when I was here in 2009 and see what the differences are.
After visiting the shrine I made my way back across the Dee and along the riverfront to Grosvenor Park, which is laid out in the Victorian style, and is quite pleasant to walk around. The park also contains a couple of memorials, and a miniature railroad for the kids! Not too far from the park are the remains of a Roman Amphitheatre. The amphitheatre is the largest in ...
... to winter is that the zoo is only open til 4pm... Still, I don't think I missed anything, and my photo importer is telling me it has 232 new ones to process today, so I must have seen a fair bit!
After catching the bus back to the city, I had another wander around, mainly admiring the architecture and noting down places to come back and explore properly tomorrow. I stopped at a bakery for some snacks and a chemist for some cold and flu tablets. I'm not sure if ...
... that spurred the cultural convulsion was Rock and Roll.
It's been said when you are reduced to a single-name individual in the popular imagination, you have arrived. Elvis and Hound Dog in 1954 was my first single-name memory. (I still have the 45-rpm single.) And seven years later, the Beatles and Love Me Do became my second.
The Ed Sullivan TV show single-handedly launched Rock and Roll. In his day, like Elvis and the Beatles, Ed Sullivan might ...
... surface is acting up, I need my nails done and we need lunch so we head to the mall. It is packed. School got out for the summer last Friday and graduation is the next couple of nights. Beautiful young girls are everywhere, dressed for summer, false eyelashes, heavy makeup and getting their nails done. Allen goes in search of the Beatles while I join the girls for my nails. At 4:30 we take a 2 hour Fab Four Cab Tour to all the ...
... his first band, The Rebels. We saw the houses where all four Beatles were born--from Speke to Wavertree to Woolton to Allerton--and many of the other houses where they lived, and the houses of people associated with The Beatles--Brian Epstein, Stu Sutcliffe, Colin Hanton, Pete Shotton...the list goes on and on.
But we saw places today that mean more to us as Beatles fans than simply locations where The Beatles grew up, or where they maybe stepped foot. ...
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