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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 ...
Sunday morning and Liverpool turns on some beautiful weather. We're heading to Manchester….why some might ask……..but this is where we get to walk the famous cobbled streets of Coronation St!
But first we have to navigate our way out of Liverpool which would normally be easy, only it turned out that today they are starting the Tour of Britain (like the Tour de France) from Liverpool and all the roads around the waterfront ...
... gets killed – that was filmed in the Abbey Church!
We then continued on our trek and had the chance to sample something new – courtesy of being in a Motorhome. In some Welsh car parks, you can park your Motorhome for the night and stay in the car park for the princely sum of £1-00! So we went off to stay the night in Brecon and tried our cheapest night of accommodation (in the Motorhome - so far) and also visited the Regimental Museum ...
... love You. ( that song bounced around in our heads for several hours! )
The Beatles Story, at Albert Dock, was amazing & to top it all off: The Magical Mystery Tour! It took us all around Liverpool showing where the guys had lived & played & started performing. That evening we headed down to The Cavern for a drink & a bit of musical reminiscing .
What a great city! What a fun time!! YEAH YEAH ...
Thursday 17th July - Bollington
After returning the key & farewelling Sue & Ken we returned to Brockenhurst via a devious route. First to Little Moreton Hall, which unfortunately opened at 11 am, so we moved on to Sandbach, instead. Here were 2 Saxon crosses & a lively market in a lovely small town. After a coffee we returned to the hall which is a ...