The Langdales Hotel
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In route to Cardiff, we made a stop over in Liverpool to complete our Beatles experience after Abbey Road.
Here are the pictures.
Side Note: The average age was at least 60 years old, and boy could those retirees jam it out!
... June 1919 Alcock and Brown make first non-stop Atlantic flight
28 September 1924 First round the world flight ends in Seattle
21 May 1927 Charles Lindbergh ...
... The castle was constructed as part of the walled town of Conwy; fortunately, much of the wall is still standing to this day. In its later years, the castle was held by supporters of Charles I during the English Civil War from 1642-1646 before it was surrendered. During the 18th and 19th centuries it became a popular destination for painters and artists. Some restoration was undertaken in the 19th century, but much of the caste lays in ruins.
Despite its ...
We made our way to Liverpool in the morning. We ended up being a bit early, but our guide soon showed up and we began our coach Beatles tour. We started by seeing John Lennon's childhood home and the cemetery where his parents are buried. His parents didn't really raise Lennon, his aunt and uncle did. Anyway, when we were at the cemetery, there was a relative of John's dad there so we respected that and didn't go over and actually see the graves. Apparently there is also ...
... childhood homes, the place the two first met, strawberry fields. And penny lane. We all had a chance to hop out and shoot some photos while our guide told us about each location Our tour of Liverpool ended on the waterfront where our guide pointed out several war memorials including one Canadian plaque and maples trees planted in canada war veterans honour. When our tour was over we all headed ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed