Holiday Inn Express Liverpool Hoylake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... groupon for one of those sightseeing buses that takes you around the city. This was a classic red, double decker bus that took us around to 15 or so Liverpool landmarks. From Albert Dock to the Beatles Museum to the beautiful cathedrals we saw the highlights of the city. Since I was feeling under the weather we decided to save the heavy walking and in-depth sightseeing to another weekend and we went to go hunt for food instead. We had a late lunch at a restaurant ...
... 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 ...
... crowds to get a good view. The queue to get in was quite short and then I got right to it.
Some notes: They have a 6 day old Black Rhinoceros calf! The zoo is also home to a trio of newborn Sumatran tiger cubs and a giraffe as well. Sadly the cubs were hiding inside in the warmth, so I didn't get to see them but the rhino calf and giraffe were out and about!
The zoo is also home to a couple of Komodo Dragons, as well as two dozen chimpanzees, a couple more ...
... explain why some of the jokes are funny. My American friends and I decided we like the our version much better. Another great time was when a few of my close friends went to get McDonalds at 5:30 AM. We brought along one of the British guys that lives in our hall and it was fun getting to know him better, especially in our delirious, over-tired state. For those of you who ...
Middlewich Branch S.U / Trent and Mersey Canal. The alarm went off at six thirty this morning which was a bit of a shock, we were on our way by seven. We had the canal to ourselves, through the last lock on the Middlewich left onto the T and M and then through the narrow Middlewich locks the last one of which flooded for some unknown reason but whatever there was water everywhere for ...