Tuesday, 26 April 2016

to be

A sunny day in dear old Liverpool on Saturday

and a chance to take up The Complete Walk challenge in homage to the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

First stop Henry V at Fact
and 10 minutes and a flat white saw us on the sunny streets again - up to the top of Bold Street
the old bombed out church
amazing Georgian houses
Liverpool in all her glory
cutting along Rodney Street
with a pause for a brick homage moment - totally spellbinding against that blue sky
and on to the Anglican Cathedral for a spot of Hamlet
as ever - taken aback anew with the sheer grandeur of this place
and just loved the Tracey Emin "I felt you and I knew you loved me"
Then we managed to see Othello in the amazing Kazimier Garden, Romeo and Juliet at the Bluecoat and finishing with Much Ado about Nothing at Waterstones in Liverpool One

Before heading underground to James Street Station
Which on closer inspection, along with Hamilton Square, turns out to be the World's oldest deep level underground station!  1886 no less!
and homeward bound . . .

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