The Eleanor Rigby Hotel
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... watched them crawl into a trash can to grab a plastic tin of yogurt and lick the tin clean. They then grabbed a bottle of water and shook it dry of any remaining moisture. It was one of the most heart breaking things we have seen. So we went inside and got them each a package of crackers and each a bottle of water. These kids literally jumped up and down with joy. At home kids would complain to have to drink water as opposed to juice or soda, not the kids ...
... if honest, not that good on a gloomy day), the sea itself with a large beach, plus a host of other attractions too. It did deliver on some of these!
Our hotel was less than ten minutes walk from the railway station and about the same distance to the promenade area. Opposite the hotel was the Olive Tree Café and having arrived in time for lunch we thought it worth a go - the food portions were very generous, so much so that there was ...
... places such as America, Canada and Australia. We were a bit disappointed that there was very little mention of anything maritime-related before the 1860s. One floor of the Maritime Museum is devoted to the subject of International Slavery and covers the period from the 1600s to today and the different types of slavery during that time.
Tomorrow we have another three museums to visit. We arrived in Liverpool with the aim to visit The Beatles museum ...
... two years ago. The gardens and the house are magnificent. After that, we drove back to port along the shores of Loch Lomond. I’m not sure if we took the high road or the low road, but we did get to Scotland ahead of many.
We cruised up the Mersey River from the Irish Sea in the pre-dawn hours of August 20th. As we docked the rising sun was illuminating the city’s elegant 19th century architecture. Many of ...
... and head on towards Liverpool via The Wirrall. Lunch beside the river Dee where the tide was well out and then through the tunnel under the Mersey river into Liverpool.
We located our hotel for which there were no expectations other than ‘it probably won’t be too great’. When planning this trip I found it hard to find anything in Liverpool free for this weekend so I stuck to the key things…..location, free ...