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Why o why... Trip looks amazing!! So jealous, world is a beautiful place. So glad to see you so happy, make me happier than ever. Just sat in work & few new girls doing my nut in, headphones on and avoiding eye contact! Was lucky to be invited to dinner at a very popular restaurant '6 month waiting list'! Was sat on table next to Kylie! No other real news.. Cant wait to get back to formby! ...
... re Hogan and the lady feels he is inherently very nervous and we don't always read this. A nervous dog can become assertive if his body language is not read. She was brilliant and Hogan seems much calmer. Let's hope this continues. Hope the girls are both well, tell them we will. Is them at Christmas but I am sure they will have a fab time in Aus Hope you all have a good weekend camping Lots of love Mum ...
... of a foot piece! The boys there were amazing, should I ever find myself in Liverpool again I would 100% go back! After getting back to the hostel I met a few people (Indy and Matt- both from Melbourne). We ended up spending the whole night playing pool and table tennis and talking, I won 2 rounds of pool! First time ...
... in Liverpool in 1965, the Empire Theater. A far cry from The Cavern, below, the Empire seated 5,000; 40,000 people signed up for tickets.
Interior shot of part of The Cavern. About three stories underground, hence the name. The layout of the place is strange. There are three other similar-sized rooms, but that's the band stand at the far end of this photograph.
John Lennon hanging out in Liverpool across the street from his Alma Mater, The Cavern
... of the sociological truth that we become what our childhood experiences make us.
George Harrison's childhood home. George had a stable home life, living here, the shiny red painted one in front of the car, with his home-maker mother and bus driver father. He would later move close to McCartney's home and for a time they would ride the bus together to the Liverpool Institute and become friends. Often George's father, Harold, would be driving their bus.