Premier Inn Liverpool - Rainhill
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We made it safe and sound. The flight was great and the taxi ride to the hotel was our first experience riding on the opposite side of the road. The highway signs said interesting things like 'welcome break ahead' and 'slow down now'. Our taxi driver had a thick accent but we could understand him. Our hotel is on an inner street not accessible by car so we were dropped off near ...
... her mouth before it did mine. She may have been a bit more subtle than myself. This may just work out better than I planned ;) We compliment each other well, and it is only day 2 :P
We grab a train on to Clitheroe today to stay at her grandpa’s house. It’s always nice to see a big city again, but I look forward to embracing the small town life already. Those kids last night definitely topped the cake. Now we make our way back to one of her childhood homes ...
... It took longer than planned because of the trail signs being difficult to following in places and with panniers on it is near impossible to get a bike through the gates on trails that have been put in to stop motorbikes. We are rethinking the pannier bags for the rest of our ride through the UK. We are considering cutting down to one each and sending the others through to meet us in Copenhagen. The next few days we are in and around ...
... 300 times before they made it big -the school that Paul and George attended together, which was right next to the university of arts that John was attending at the time. After the tour we had planned to visit the World Museum and the Maritime Museum but unfortunately there was a strike on and so they were all closed. Instead after a relaxed lunch we walked up to the Anglican cathedral. We made our way through the slightly creepy park/ cemetery that surrounding ...
... the Palladian Bridge.) Dan and I were intrigued by the Grotto, with some sculptures and water emptying from a spring into the lake. I really liked the little Gothic Cottage, where the owner's wife went daily to write in her journal...having a secluded place like that with an amazing view probably would have inspired anyone. We had some good ice cream (lemon meringue for me...English cows do produce tasty ice cream) after our warm walk, then ...
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