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... Bridge, which crosses the river, dates from 1387 (and no, that's not a typo!). It's narrow enough that there has to be a set of traffic lights on either side so that traffic takes it in turn to cross... On the other side of the bridge is the suburb of Handbridge, which is home to the Shrine of Minerva. Carved by the Romans into the side of a sandstone quarry, it survives to this day, though it's not in the best condition... Once I get home I'll have to ...
... jaguars, a trio of cheetahs and a rather large lion or two.
One downside to going in winter is that a lot of the cafes and such are closed, but I was able to get a drink and a muffin at the restaurant, which was a nice break from walking around.
I'll write more about the animals in their photo descriptions (which I'm not sure transfer to Facebook properly, so you might have to come to the blog itself to see them!)
... I will say for Paddy’s Taxis, they are (and always have been) extremely reliable.
It only took five minutes to get to Durham railway station where we were pleased to see that our train to Liverpool Lime Street was on time. Boarding the train and making our way to our reserved seats, we pulled slowly out of the station as dawn broke over the distinctive silhouette of our own impressive and awe-inspiring Durham Cathedral. For visitors to ...
... in the Slave Trade in the 19th century. On the next floor they had an exhibition on the Titanic, but by then I was getting hungry and realised that I could have spent my whole day in Liverpool just looking around this one Museum, but there was no point doing that. After a burger and a cuppa in the shopping area, I walked back to the docks but further along than I had been. I was looking for the iconic Liver building and the Mersey Ferry. I found them at Pier head, ...
... from Penny Lane. We also drove by Ringo's house which is now used as student housing for Paul's school. George's family moved around a lot, so we didn't stop by any of his homes. Our tour of Liverpool then moved into a more historical perspective. We went down to the harbour to see the old White Star Line building where the wives of the crewmen of the Titanic would stand outside to hear if their husbands were alive or not. And we got to see the avenue of maples planted ...