‘stunning’ Liverpool…

I went to Liverpool overnight to visit the excellent Klimt exhibition at the Tate. The commentary on the Mersey Ferry described the Liverpool riverfront as ‘stunning’ – a description I’m afraid cannot in any truthfulness be applied to Liverpool. Do they not realise tourists have eyes that work? For all it’s stately grand buildings, Beatles mania and impressive Cathedral, I can’t see myself spending another minute in Liverpool without a very very good reason. Perhaps another excellent Tate Liverpool only exhibition…

One highlight was chancing upon a newly cleaned statue being returned to its plinth next to where the ferries dock. A job well done and over in a jiffy!

Tuesday afternoon approx 5.30pm I asked a small group seated on fold up chairs outside a bookshop what they were waiting for. “Westlife’s coming!” What I didn’t realise is they meant the next day. I was in the area again on Wednesday at about 11.30am and the queue had grown to take up half the length of Bold Street. During the night it rained heavily, persisting more lightly, but consistently, throughout the morning too. I hope it was worth it. I think the few that started the queue didn’t last the distance…

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