BEST WESTERN The Alicia Hotel
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... 160; Part of what used to be the church is now a modern bar/restaurant! I found it very interesting to have a bar in an old church, but it seems to be the norm here. I then walk a couple more block through Fallowfield, which is the area I live in. Fallowfield is made up of nearly all students, so it is rare to see anybody over 25 in my neighborhood! After walking through Fallowfield I also pass Platt Fields Park. This is a very large park, ...
Hey all! So, after eight fabulous weeks in Liverpool it's time to set sail again! This time on a bit of a mad four month jaunt around South America. Had some fantastic catch ups and frolics with old and new friends and with a truly struggling liver I'm flying tomorrow, leaving the chilly winter for warmer climes! First stop is Bolivia where I'm going to start with a two-week, intensive, Spanish course. I'm meeting ...
... was like something off a boxing match weigh in, with only a 23kg allowance. Would we have to unpack and cause a scene? Bex weighed in a a subtle 21.7kg, Nat's weighed in at a precarious weight of 22.9kg! Phew we were safe for this leg of the journey. Leaving teary mums, silent dads and our will, we headed through security. As always Nat got searched and Bex strolled through but little did she know both bags were going to get inspected. We waited for about 20mins behind a ...
... As I walked around to the different chapels, it was anything but plain elegance. They were adorned with gold and other statues and decorations.
The lady chapel was gorgeous! It was adorned with decorations and statues, and would be a beautiful place to have mass. There was a big lit ring. I think it was located in the children's and it signifies either those lost of illness, or in the war. I can't remember, and I can't find it online.
It has become a habit ...
... enjoy a full cooked breakfast but the porridge, with maple syrup instead of brown sugar was an excellent substitute. Once in the ferry, we relaxed for the trip, Katja taking a full seat to nap, whilst I enjoyed the view of the western isles, hoping someday to be back! In some way I felt some sympathy for what my ancestors must have experienced as they began their long journey to Australia knowing ...