Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one of the suitcases packed with things we wouldn’t be using again until we got home. Afterwards it was time for lunch, which we ate in the Secret Garden café before venturing out on deck. It was actually quite sunny, but cold (it is November after all!) so we didn’t stay out long. We could see land ahoy and the captain’s noon announcement told us we were 21 nautical miles north-east of Belfast. The Boudicca was ...
... unsure whether I could use the toilet or not. Then I noticed that there was another one not three meters away. Dammit, I went in, finished and then went back to my seat, but I found some other old British woman was sitting in my seat. I politely told her this and she said that I'd been gone for so long that she asked the young man next to the seat to put my stuff in the over head shelf. I explained about the toilet alarm but she didn't really take it in ...
In route to Cardiff, we made a stop over in Liverpool to complete our Beatles experience after Abbey Road.
Here are the pictures.
Side Note: The average age was at least 60 years old, and boy could those retirees jam it out!
Next we headed to Chester, which is in England.
We got 2 and a half hours to explore. The city has many old buildings and a beautiful cathedral which we snuck into for free. HA! Screw you institution!
Anyway, we also wandered along the walls around the city, but I didn't think they were as nice as the one in York.
We got back to the ...
Today is not sunny. Oh well, I was expecting something like this.
Today we're going to North Wales! It is very nice here, beautiful scenery and friendly people. The language is insane though. Unpronounceable words to us mere mortals.
Llangollen is where we stopped, a little village where we had a stroll, shopped and drank some tea. It rained and rained.