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Travel Report: Mad Day Out Beatles Taxi Tour Part II, Liverpool.

Want to get the full picture? Before reading this why not start with my article: Mad Day Out Beatles Taxi Tour Part I, Liverpool. May 2019. What an incredible morning we’d had driving around Liverpool with Ian Doyle’s Mad Day Out Beatles Taxi Tours. We’d seen Ringo Starr’s childhood home in Admiral Grove, visited the […]

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Travel Report: Mad Day Out Beatles Taxi Tour Part I, Liverpool.

May 2019. Coming to Liverpool and seeing all The Beatles sites was a dream come true for me. Having toured The Beatles Story, visited the Double Fantasy Exhibition at The Museum of Liverpool and caught some live music at both The Cavern Pub and The Cavern Club on Mathew Street, it was finally time for […]

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Travel Report: Double Fantasy – John & Yoko Exhibition, The Museum of Liverpool.

Reading from China? This travel report contains a YouTube video, which can only be viewed with a VPN! May 2019. No matter what time of year you come to Liverpool there’s virtually always a Beatles exhibition or three to compliment the city’s established Fab Four sites. During my stay in the city, The Museum of […]

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Travel Report: Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (Paddy’s Wigwam), Liverpool.

May 2019. So this was one of CNN’s ugliest cathedrals in the world? This was the “hideous eyesore” that stands only as a personal insult to those who have to pray in it? This was the building that all those TripAdvisor moaners had ranted about to the point of near self-combustion? Not sure if I’m missing […]

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Travel Report: St. Luke’s Bombed Out Church, Liverpool.

May 2019. Head onto Leighton Literature’s search bar, type in church and you’ll get a whole bunch of articles zipping up from across 30 odd countries. And yet I’m still confident that until now I haven’t blogged about anything quite like Liverpool’s amazing St. Luke’s Church, better known to visitors as The Bombed Out Church. Built […]

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