L3 Living at the Albany
Photos of L3 Living at the Albany
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews L3 Living at the Albany Liverpool
Travel Blogs from Liverpool
... some more time window shopping (and a little bit of actual shopping) I headed back to my hotel to drop of my purchases and make use of the magically working wifi to research and book a bit more of my trip. That sorted, I went out into the cold again to do some proper walking.
I headed right through the shopping area in the centre of the city (which was getting busier and busier) and headed down to the Dee, the river that runs through Chester. The ...
... 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 ...
Sunday morning and Liverpool turns on some beautiful weather. We're heading to Manchester….why some might ask……..but this is where we get to walk the famous cobbled streets of Coronation St!
But first we have to navigate our way out of Liverpool which would normally be easy, only it turned out that today they are starting the Tour of Britain (like the Tour de France) from Liverpool and all the roads around the waterfront ...
... is a Canada Boulevard complete with maple trees and the Cunard Shipping Lines has a huge office building. The tour guide spoke frequently about Samuel Cunard, but at first we didn’t realize that’s who she was referring to because it sounded like “Q and R,” until she mentioned the Carpathia (who came to the rescue of the Titanic) and the Lusitania.
I was surprised to find that the city is named after the Liver bird (which ...
... d make the best of it and see something. We drove in and followed the signs for the city center, parked the car in a parking garage with large spaces (huge sigh of relief) and started out. The first thing we came to when we walked out was a huge shopping center. This one has now topped the last few I've seen. The only difference was there weren't as many locally owned stores and was more of a giant outdoor mall. Either way, like most Saturdays in the ...