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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! ...
No real news here. Dad continuing to improve slowly. Finishes antibiotics tomorrow which is good, hopefully he will feel better then. School is very busy with run up to Christmas, it is going to be a good test of anger management to ensure no one falls out, just too many chiefs and not enough Indians. Hard to believe but I a, happy being an Indian these days !!!!! Hogan and Skye are good, had some ...
... a music and fireworks extravaganza on!" Bugger! Plod on love, plod on. We finally saw signs for a site as we approached Garstang. Turned out to be a really nice site and as it was getting late by now we walked into town to find a pub to eat. If you are ever in Garstang, Lancashire, go to the Royal Oak Pub and have the homemade chicken and smoked ham pie. Lovely. ...
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Strawberry Field, (no "S"), was a former Salvation Army children's home and before that was a Victorian Mansion. It's only remains now are the original gates to the old mansion. As a child, one of the highlights of John's year was a visit to attend the annual garden fete held here. Perhaps he felt some sort of kinship with the residents coming as he did from a broken home, the guide said.
On the house across the street. Despite this ...
... England. Seeing the Beatles is not a one-stop excursion like Graceland. To get the Beatles' full Monty you take the Magical Mystery Tour.
Like any city with an ounce of Public Relations savvy in its brain trust, if you've got an icon, or four of them, in you neighborhood, you market, market, market. And to be fair, I owe Liverpool an apology. Although I’ve been to England a half dozen times or so, the farthest north I had been was York and that was 45 years ...