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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Why o why... Trip looks amazing!! So jealous, world is a beautiful place. So glad to see you so happy, make me happier than ever. Just sat in work & few new girls doing my nut in, headphones on and avoiding eye contact! Was lucky to be invited to dinner at a very popular restaurant '6 month waiting list'! Was sat on table next to Kylie! No other real news.. Cant wait to get back to formby! ...
... re Hogan and the lady feels he is inherently very nervous and we don't always read this. A nervous dog can become assertive if his body language is not read. She was brilliant and Hogan seems much calmer. Let's hope this continues. Hope the girls are both well, tell them we will. Is them at Christmas but I am sure they will have a fab time in Aus Hope you all have a good weekend camping Lots of love Mum ...
Day two in Liverpool, kept it relatively easy going. Started with breakfast at the hostel before heading out into the Liverpool shopping district. Whilst walking around I stumbled across a tattoo shop called Dr. Feelgood decided for ***** and giggled to take an image I'd wanted tattoo'd needless to say I am now the ...
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Strawberry Field, (no "S"), was a former Salvation Army children's home and before that was a Victorian Mansion. It's only remains now are the original gates to the old mansion. As a child, one of the highlights of John's year was a visit to attend the annual garden fete held here. Perhaps he felt some sort of kinship with the residents coming as he did from a broken home, the guide said.
On the house across the street. Despite this ...
... of the sociological truth that we become what our childhood experiences make us.
George Harrison's childhood home. George had a stable home life, living here, the shiny red painted one in front of the car, with his home-maker mother and bus driver father. He would later move close to McCartney's home and for a time they would ride the bus together to the Liverpool Institute and become friends. Often George's father, Harold, would be driving their bus.