May 2019. It was another sunny day in Liverpool, so Steppers and I knew we had to take full advantage with a visit to the city’s historical and much-loved Sefton Park. The park as we know it today began life in 1867 when The Liverpool Corporation bought it off a ludicrously wealthy bloke called The […]Read More
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May 2019. With so much to see and do in the centre of Liverpool, visitors could be forgiven for concentrating their efforts strictly on the city sights. But if you find yourself getting a little bogged down in museum-ness and are in need of some fresh sea air, I can highly recommend a thirty-minute train […]Read More
May 2019. The sun had come out for my first afternoon in Liverpool, which was very kind of it. After our lovely Ferry Cross the Mersey River Cruise, Steppers and I decided to take a late afternoon stroll down the city’s historic waterfront. Packed with award-winning museums, sculptures, art installations, war monuments and restored Victorian […]Read More
Reading from China? This travel report contains a YouTube video, which can only be viewed with a VPN! “Life goes on day after day, hearts torn in every way. So ferry cross the Mersey, ’cause this land’s the place I love and here I’ll stay”. May 2019. And so goes the 1964 hit song Ferry Cross The Mersey […]Read More
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