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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 ...
... reaching the entrance.
We found a great collection of bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues which resembled Orlando City Walk or Main Street, Huntington Beach (a bit more elegant though). We found the most happening pub and grabbed a drink and some “so called” nachos to tide us over until later that evening. It was a really interesting town to check out and we have only skimmed the iceberg.
We arrived a bit early to the pub hotel that ...
On Wednesday the goal was to ride around 55km as this is about the daily distance next week. We started the morning by heading towards one of the parks in Manchester. We knew the park was on a hill but I hadn't quite mentally prepared myself for 8km slow constant climb. I made it to the top without walking! I am not a hill convert though I would rather go round a hill then up it :). After a while riding through the park we decided to head out ...
... called bunny chow which was a South African take on stew in a bread bowl, delicious) we went to the iconic cavern club for some live music. The first performer was a man singing cover songs who was pretty good but the main act came on at 10pm, a Beatles impersonation band. What a show! it was incredibly fun and everyone was singing along having a great time in the small little room. Interesting facts - the Anglican Church bells are only rung on holidays, ...
... day of driving today (Dan didn't realize how long) to Manchester, but we were able to see our last garden, Stourhead, less than an hour away. I hadn't heard of it or a lot of the gardens we visited until I read about them in the National Trust guidebook, but it is well known in England as a landscape garden designed around a large manmade lake in the 1700's. We skipped the house and walked the 2 mile loop around the lake, which was very beautiful. ...
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