Bodridis Hall

LLANDEGLA,WREXHAM LL11 3AL, Wrexham, Wrexham County, North Wales, Wales, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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We are here!!!!! First stop Liverpool!

A travel blog entry by plowman4

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... we head out to explore.


We just got back from walking around the area near our apartment. We had dinner and the hostess recognized our accents and told us that she has family in Alberta and it turned out that our waitress was from Ontario!!! We needed a travel adaptor for the computer and met the nicest guy ever at the Apple store. He even looked up an ...

A Hill!

A travel blog entry by bevtravels

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... It took longer than planned because of the trail signs being difficult to following in places and with panniers on it is near impossible to get a bike through the gates on trails that have been put in to stop motorbikes. We are rethinking the pannier bags for the rest of our ride through the UK. We are considering cutting down to one each and sending the others through to meet us in Copenhagen. The next few days we are in and around ...

Penny Lane

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk

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... to the top of the charts. The previous drummer was kicked out by John Paul and George - strawberry fields (John was taken to this park often as a child by his aunt and uncle, it was originally a orphanage) - the church where John and Paul met (John was performing at a local music festival and a mutual friend introduced them, John responded by asking Paul to play guitar, Paul passed his impromptu audition and history was made) - the Cavern Club where they ...

Strawberry Fields Forever

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk

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Today we continued on from York to the home of the Beatles, Liverpool! Before making our way to the York train station we walked down the river and saw Clifford's tower and made some friends with the local Canadian geese. This tower was the setting of a very sad story. A group of Jews were chased by a mob and took shelter here until deciding to take their own lives instead of renouncing their faith. Once at the York train station we visited ...

In search of Chester's Grill

A travel blog entry by johnjeed

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... city centre is very interesting and has a number of medieval and Tudor buildings and original Roman walls. Much of the architecture of central Chester looks medieval and some of it is but by far the greatest part of it, including most of the black-and-white buildings, is Victorian, a result of the "black and white revival".

We stopped off for coffee and light lunch at "Bollands" which was located upstairs in the "Rows". ...

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