Premier Inn Chester Central - South East
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Hey all! So, after eight fabulous weeks in Liverpool it's time to set sail again! This time on a bit of a mad four month jaunt around South America. Had some fantastic catch ups and frolics with old and new friends and with a truly struggling liver I'm flying tomorrow, leaving the chilly winter for warmer climes! First stop is Bolivia where I'm going to start with a two-week, intensive, Spanish course. I'm meeting ...
... minutes walk across the road from the docks and you are in the main commercial and retail centre of the city. Big department stores via for custom with smaller shops arranged around open squares and open air arcades. Moving on today but I will certainly include Liverpool in my next itinerary to the ...
... this time, will really help me to finally accept who I am and help me to learn about my ancestors, their culture, lost traditions and to discover who I really am and where I come from.
I don't know what next year will bring, but whatever it brings, I am certain that it'll be a life changing and challenging year and I am also certain that I'll come through it a much better person (and less talkative, or maybe more talkative due to several months of needing to remain silent).
Having a walk in LiverpoolOne looking for some food. Wandered to the nearby Mathew St where the infamous Cavern Club lies. It's still there and open and host to bands to this day (including Beatles cover bands). However the Cavern area, in and around the street, is full of tacky bars and clubs all trying to live off ...
... in Victorian and Tudor buildings that house a fantastic collection of shops. The origin of the Rows is a little unclear, but it is believed that as the Roman walls slowly crumbled, medieval traders built their shops against the resulting rubble banks, while later arrivals built theirs on top. We spent a very pleasant couple of hours just wandering the streets and taking in the sights.
Our Britstop tonight was listed in the book as the Winnington Lodge, however it has ...