The Eleanor Rigby Hotel

Address: 34 Stanley Street, Liverpool, Greater Liverpool, England, L1 6AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Central Liverpool area of Liverpool, is near The Cavern Club, The Beatles Story Experience, Beatles Magical Mystery Tour, and The Grapes.
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      Let's go

      A travel blog entry by clinning on Nov 27, 2014

      Finally I have been granted my 18 months career break from the work from May 2015. Been saving like a ******* since November but know it's going to be worth it. Plus will be selling my camper van (Gonna miss that beauty) and me car to add to the funds. Kicking it off with India so first things first, flights and visa. This is gonna be ...

      Beatles No. 1

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... br> Ed Sullivan was not the first of the Beatles; they had been playing in England for eight years before their New York breakout. And in Liverpool, which had a huge rock and roll scene, contemporaneous with that in the U.S., the Beatles were the No. 1 gig in town. (Initially the four band members were known as The Quarrymen; this before Ringo joined the group. More on that later.) During the 1950s they played 292 times at The Cavern; if you wanted to be seen and heard ...

      Day 9: Liverpool and The Lake District

      A travel blog entry by syb8625 on Jul 22, 2014

      ... with beautiful garden and cows. The only downside was there were 14 other guests that and taken over all the bathrooms and warm water. Oh and they were also from the same family. We then found out only 8 of them were registered, where did the other 6 come from? That's a mystery we will never know. In spite of that we got a goodnight sleep, if we could block out the train going by every 30 minutes. It was a successful ...

      Day 15: The One Where I Cried...Twice!

      A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 06, 2014

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      ... ones to stand on that hallowed ground was awe-inspiring. We bought a set of drumsticks signed by Pete Best and shook hands with Rory before parted ways, certain that nothing would ever live up to that moment (but careful--very careful--about leaving the cellar, not wanting to be on the receiving end of a "Casbah kiss"--a bang on the head from the low entryway!)

      In fact, the rest of the day went by in a blur--we went to the Beatles Story over in ...

      It's been a hard days night.....Beatle mania lives

      A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 23, 2013

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      ... rather drab and the lighting not particularly good. The other thing that might have been a downer, was the more modern feel to it. There was not a bunch of historical significance to the building compared to some of the other structures we had visited.

      Having completed my self-tour of the inside, I went outside and walked around the perimeter. Below the Cathedral was the St. James’ Garden. The outer walls were littered with giant ...