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... 105 acre gardens. Naturally, Avery and I felt right at home and exhibited our most bourgeois behavior while touring the place. We also learned it was the setting for the Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice 2005 film. Here is a video summary slide show and a bunch of pictures from the ...
... for sustenance later in the day, well not more food anyway!
After a stroll along the wide promenade overlooking the River Mersey and Liverpool we called in at The Magazine Hotel which is one of the oldest pubs on the Wirral with its building dating back to 1759. We then continued onto the more more modern shopping and dining area located on the seafront housing the likes of Morrison's, Home Bargains, La Tasca and Starbucks to name but a ...
... 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 ...
... and bizarre to a bus full of military guys arrive and begin training by running around the park! We took heed from this and after some picture taking, we started jogging. The park was huge and we must have jogged about 3-4km easily. We made our way to the TV Towers and the fountains. We spent a long time just observing the city, the big roads, the hundreds of cars and the World Cup stadium which light up the city. ...
... and most buildings have been demolished and replaced by very ugly 1960's constructions. Sure this reflects the city's history where this has happened to feed industry with a work force over the decades and centuries of the industrial revolution but it does make Manchester a bit of an eye sore. The building in the photos is obviously new but it is significantly more attractive than most here. There's heaps of building going on ...