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... and told to go right and it should be right there. We hunted around a bit looking very much like lost tourists with our full sets of luggage but we found it and we are settling in now. We are all VERY tired since none of us slept on the plane. I've made a cup of tea....since I am British for the week that seemed like the first thing I should do...and we are resting for a short ...
On Wednesday the goal was to ride around 55km as this is about the daily distance next week. We started the morning by heading towards one of the parks in Manchester. We knew the park was on a hill but I hadn't quite mentally prepared myself for 8km slow constant climb. I made it to the top without walking! I am not a hill convert though I would rather go round a hill then up it :). After a while riding through the park we decided to head out ...
... before coming to the front. The cathedral is huggeeee. Instead it is beautiful with stunning artistry at every corner whether it is in the wood, stone, embroidery or stained glass. We found a little chapel dedicated to Mary and spent some time there listening to someone practising on the gigantic organ. Very beautiful. Once we were done exploring we went up to the very top. Ten floors to the bell tower (which you could look down into) and the you climb 108 ...
... in a shoot out, with Argentina for the win. Interesting facts: -Liverpool hosts the largest cathedral in the UK, standing at over 100 m - the Adelphi hotel is the oldest in Liverpool, it's grand room windows are exactly the same as the windows of the grand room in the titanic (same designer created both) apparently if you eat there it is the closest you can get to replicating how it would have been on the titanic -Queen Victoria loved this ...
... stop someplace with WiFi this afternoon and I
can get caught up on what's going on at home.
A tug boat has just come alongside to help us dock. We can see the
shore quite clearly. Liverpool seems to be a neat and well ordered city
from this distance. The channel coming in, however, was as muddy as I
have ever seen. The water was disgusting. There were dozens of wind
turbines in the harbour. We later learned that Liverpool means ...
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