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... for sustenance later in the day, well not more food anyway!
After a stroll along the wide promenade overlooking the River Mersey and Liverpool we called in at The Magazine Hotel which is one of the oldest pubs on the Wirral with its building dating back to 1759. We then continued onto the more more modern shopping and dining area located on the seafront housing the likes of Morrison's, Home Bargains, La Tasca and Starbucks to name but a ...
... places such as America, Canada and Australia. We were a bit disappointed that there was very little mention of anything maritime-related before the 1860s. One floor of the Maritime Museum is devoted to the subject of International Slavery and covers the period from the 1600s to today and the different types of slavery during that time.
Tomorrow we have another three museums to visit. We arrived in Liverpool with the aim to visit The Beatles museum ...
Sunday means game day! I packed a small day pack and headed to the train station to make my way up to Liverpool for the Liverpool vs Southampton game at the one and only Anfield. The 3hr train trip through the countryside was enjoyable and flew by. I arrived in Liverpool just after 2pm, checked into my hostel and made my way to Anfield just after 3pm. A couple of pregame beers, a new scarf and a ...
... for a wedding, so first did lunch in the Refectory, then went for my look. The wedding was concluding so I sat and waited, to my benefit, the bridal party walked down the Nave past me! They thanked me when I offered congratulations after I had taken a photo. Looked through the church which was founded in 1092, and rebuilt from about 1250 onwards in the Gothic style, a process which took about 275 years.
Also in the cathedral was an Alice ...
... for the last couple of weeks, for no reason that he can think of, it just started when he woke up one morning.) But he carried on manfully.
We stopped for lunch at about the half-way mark, then carried on and saw along the route another of the places we'd planned to see anyway. This was the Amphitheatre, partially excavated, but some parts proving very fragile, it has been re-buried and a replica built.
We climbed back onto the wall ramparts, but we were nearly ...