Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but my NQT year (Newly Qualified Teacher) might put a spanner in the works which would be a disaster for me and Susan due to life pressure in China.
For now though, it is time to exit downstage left and draw a line under what was the most incredible time in my life to date. There have been so many highs and lows I do not know where to begin on what my highlights are. Despite some unfortunate events (the bike in Hue for example) I do not regret ...
... for the wedding reception. I continued to wander about appreciating the stained glass windows, applauding (inwardly) the talent of the organist and reading the commemorative plaques dedicated to parishioners over four hundred years. I was particularly moved to read of the many wives and daughters who were remembered as enduring years of great suffering with piety and fortitude, which made me very grateful for modern ...
... he had miniature pancakes in Greenwich, a tiny hamburger in York, and he's just waiting to see what else people over here can get away with calling food. Another comment about how Mike kept referring to the giraffes as zebras no matter how many times he tried to stop. Noah pointed out how Aunt Patty and Uncle Brian would be doomed if bats were flying over a long bridge because no one would be able to drive the car. Until ...
We had planned to be in Southampton this week, staying with Robert's cousin and her partner. After only a few hours in Southampton, we had a call to tell us that Robert's Mum had suffered a bad stroke that morning, so we hired a car and drove to Liverpool ...
... years. However, one side item about the Beatles that has always piqued my interest all these many years whenever I brush up against the legend and reality of the Beatles is the circumstance of the sudden absence of the Quarrymen’s first drummer. I probed our tour guide, a Liverpool native and one sated in Beatles lore. My question asked on the side after his presentation was, "Whatever happened to Pete Best. Did he just not measure up as a drummer?" Pete Best was ...