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... to Bebington, while Mark, the driver, acted as a superb tour guide. He had a tremendous "How to Train your Dragon" accent and we had several good laughs about the differences of our English terminology. I finally arrived at my new home. I'm staying in this awesome, brick front, 2 story home - 2 bedroom, 1.5 ba...super homey. I took the day to unpack and walk around town a bit to grab some essentials. Check out the pictures and until next time! Cheers, ...
... Then Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sydney where we fly to Auckland, New Zealand as a three at the end of March. First two weeks of April we'll travel the length of NZ, saying goodbye to Laura at Christchurch before flying on to Fiji for a lovely weeks rest and relaxation.
April / May / June - USA to Mexico to USA
From there we fly over the day line, landing in LA in the middle of the month. We'll have a ...
... returned to the Cathedral for a tour in which we were lucky enough to climb all the way up the bell tower out onto the roof, with a great view ver looking all of a heater and, on a clearer day, supposedly 5 countries. There was one moment when the tour guide was looking out a window onto all of Chester when Anne asked 'oh what's that?'
... llantysiliogogogoch "The church of Mary in the hollow of the white hazel near the fierce whirlpool and the church of tsyilio by the red cave." (Shop and town and railway) As we crossed the Brittania Bridge over the Menai Strait, we saw the "church and the whirlpool" in the River. North Wales- slate and sheep, loads of sandy beaches. Caernarfon Castle in town of same name. Had photo stop, then continued ...
... on display, then went outside to have lunch, came back in and saw more of the exhibitions. The museum was very large and there was lots to see, including what docks would have looked like in the 18th and 19th centuries.
When i finished here it started to rain, so i headed over to the shops on the Albert docks, and looked around, then had a look at the information center and then went to the magical mystery tour start point. ...