Clifton Arms Hotel
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Sunday was explore day! Rob showed me his route to work. It's about 10-12 minutes and super easy to walk to. It's weird to be able to walk to work since I practically drive everywhere when I'm back home. Rob also gave me the historical tour of Mayer Park and Port Sunlight. It was icy out but no one seemed to mind. Rob was slipping all over the place. Port Sunlight is a really cute little village. There's a tea room there, a bank, a little store near ...
... Matt and I tried out the Irish Coffees....v. good.
Marni and Brody were in good form today. There was an elderly couple sitting behind us waiting to be picked up by their driver who was stuck in the snow. Marni and Brody entertained them for most of our lunch. It was very cute and it definitely made the couples wait more enjoyable.
After our lazy lunch we walked back and the kids walked back along the wall again.
... a long, hot shower and washed my hair. It took quite a lot of conditioner to detangle the back-combing from my up-do last night. Eventually I had it all nice and smooth, and finished by blowdrying and using my straighteners.
The day passes surprisingly quickly when you’re not doing anything in particular, and at 4.15pm we went along to the Neptune Lounge to listen to a classical piano recital Maiko Mori, a Japanese pianist who we had seen on the ...
... on the elegant style. :-)
Then I got a glass of fizz to enjoy back in our cabin, before it was time to get ready, dressed in our glad-rags. I wore a gorgeous floor-length black velvet off-the-shoulder gown, with a black lace choker and silver platform shoes, and Trevor looked very smart in his dinner suit with a red bow-tie and cummerbund.
As we were standing in the queue outside the Neptune Lounge, waiting to go into the captain’s ...
Our friends and family say we are mad. They can think of no other explanation as to our choice of holiday destination. After all, northern Britain in November – a month where autumn hovers uncertainly at the edge of winter – is cold and dark. So where are we going for our holidays? Somewhere even colder and darker. :-)
Yes, we are once again setting off on a cruise, this time on the Boudicca, a Fred Olsen ship on which we have sailed ...