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Today was simple. After getting ready for the day, we walked about 2 minutes to the bus stop, waited about 10 minutes for the bus, paid 2.20 pounds each for a ticket into Liverpool and arrived in Liverpool about 40 minutes later. There is not much to say about the day. We bought a ticket for the Hop on Hop off bus and made one trip around Liverpool …
Today we drove from London to Liverpool. Originally we had some other things planned but I needed to return the car for various reasons by today. So we will spend two days in Liverpool. and then fly our Friday morning to Dublin and leave Dublin about 4 in the afternoon for New York and then New York to LAX and arrive at midnight. We had a mini …
I had never heard of Chester until someone said it would be worth spending a day there. As it turned out, on the day I visited Chester a couple of thousand other tourists had the same idea, and probably all took photos of the same sights that I did ( but I bet I was the only one who got a shot of the beer swilling man with a pig's backside ).
Chester has at least three things that distinguish it from most other towns or cities in England.
First it has an ...
... was surprising cool. The dock area has a funky feel to it and on our second day we got to see a lot of the architecture on our Magical Mystical Tour. Yes, we did a Beatles bus tour in a replica of The Magical Mystery Tour bus. An awesome experience is the best way to describe it. Things we saw: -the church where Paul and John met -all the Beatles' childhood homes -Penny Lane and all the sights mentioned in the song -Strawberry Fields The tour ended at the Cavern Club ...
... Portmerion is now run by a charitable trust and, presumably, they don’t have enough money to preserve it properly.
For those old enough to remember, the TV series "The Prisoner", with Patrick McGoohan, was filmed at Portmerion. Interestingly, William Ellis was educated at Oundle School – we were in Oundle before going to North Wales!
Our second day was spent in Conwy, a medieval walled town with a castle built by King Edward I ...