The Eleanor Rigby Hotel
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... century English paintings, and some amazing Wedgwood and Chinese ceramics, we had a look at the church and a walk through the gardens, the roses still blooming - and even scented! And then of course a sit down and drink at the pub. We still had time for a last walk along the cycle track, and a last delicious dinner with Omnia. And even caught a new New Tricks episode!! Now off to bed and ready for new adventure ...
... off to traffic. Wouldn’t be a problem except that our hotel is on the docks! As everyone knows, Sat Nav doesn’t deal too well with diversions so we spent the first 20 minutes being told "Turn back…..turn back!". Eventually we got on to the motorway and made it to the studios quick quickly.
After 25+ years of filming on this set they have now built a new set a couple of miles away; the last episode was filmed here ...
... slate slabs for roof slates. It was amazing to see how thinly the slate would split naturally. And since then, we have seen so much 17th-18th Century construction with slate – door steps, lintels, door frames, gate posts as well as roof slates.
If you look at a map of Wales, you will see that we are now up in the Snowdonia National Park. Snowdon is the tallest mountain in England and Wales and the area is ...
I had no concept of what to expect in Liverpool . Thought it would look industrial. However, I was pleasantly surprised . I found it a lovely vibrant city. Clean. Friendly. Great atmosphere. I was immediately caught up in the magic of "The Beatles"... All over again!! In fact, we all were & the smiles lever left our faces the whole time we were there.
Our hotel- The Hard Days Night - was fabulous & I fell in ...
... played a role in their early musical development. The sights on the tour were really just jumping-off points for fascinating facts, trivia, and stories about the Beatles.
The tour ends at the Cavern Club where the Beatles played over 200 times between 1961 and 1963, so it has become synonymous with them. A lot of other famous musicians and groups have played there as well, such as Queen, Eric Clapton, Johnny Lee Hooker, Jimmy Page, Oasis, etc. It was a ...