De Vere Baresbury Park
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... having time constraints makes it a bit difficult. It was quite beautiful in the rain :) The trip there and back was just dreadful! It's so long in a bus and then the bus broke down on the way back...Needless to say, it was an adventure. ha. Liverpool was by favorite by far! I did that trip the day after Oxford and was exhausted, but it was totally worth it! I'm stoked I got to partake in some Beatle tourism. It ...
... up in one or other of the vans having a drink together.
I now leave Clitheroe and move on a few miles to a tiny, but beautiful village at the edge of the Forest of Bowland (not a forest any more but some rather spectacular moors). Here I will join up with my Rotary friends and spend the next three weeks travelling up to Scotland with them. Whether I will have access to the internet over these weeks remains to be seen,
Our day stared with drama when the door wouldn't unlock on our hire car. After waiting an hour on hold on the phone and alot of stress that we were going to miss Dean's highlight of the trip the guy from the company finally worked out how to do it remotely and we were off on a very long 3.5 hour road trip.
We made it to the stadium with literally moments to spare and watched Manchester United vs Everton. It was ...
... in line to be the 'litter capital' of the UK (though my memory of Bury was that it too had vast amounts of litter). Beautiful valleys were littered with bottles, both plastic and glass, broken doors, old clothes, food packaging and even a large fridge freezer. On one enchanting river where the clear water bubbled over rocks I saw a dipper (bird) searching for food amongst plastic bottles and beer cans. When I walked the ...
... gate, another key to open the drive-in gate, a code to open the showers/toilet block and a 4-metre high (about 12 feet) fence that went around the perimeter of the campground! No-one was getting in or out!
Exploring Belfast, for us, meant the obligatory trip to the Titanic Experience. All the brochures said to allow 1½ hours, but we were there for about 3½ hours, so we felt that whilst it was expensive, we got value for money. The displays are set ...