Snooze Guest Accommodation
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... 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 ...
Having learnt a lot from opening up to people from around the world – I've decided to share with you my biggest struggle of all so far... Making the decision to travel solo is a big decision, but deciding to travel on a one-way ticket with no plans and the potential to relocate is a life changing decision… You leave all of your comforts to do something you’re completely excited yet terrified to do. This ...
... off by disease and enslavement. England became the biggest slave traders and many of the very wealthy here made their money from their plantations in places like Jamaica. It also showed slavery in America and the impact there. In 1832 the transporting of slaves was made illegal in England and America. There was also a powerful section on the modern day impact of slavery and how many African countries have never fully recovered ...
... tours – the Sandeman tours.
I did the tour, it covered the William brown area, st Georges hall, st johns gardens, history of the area and the cavern quarter, the city hall area.We stopped for a break at a cafe. Then after the break we covered some of ww2 liverpool history, churches, street art, then the Albert docks area and the river. When the tour finished i walked around the Albert docks, then checked out some shops, got some souvenirs, went past the hostel, picked up ...
... for a castle (which we didn't find), visited The World of Beatrix Potter, and walked around a quaint little town that reminded me of Banff. One thing that shocks me about England is that you have to pay for parking everywhere! Even in a little town in the middle of nowhere! We then indulged in some sushi which I had been craving for months and went shopping to find me some slightly warmer clothes to survive the next couple weeks. My second weekend was ...