Today was to be our last full day in Liverpool and oh boy we have really enjoyed ourselves.
This morning was to be our visit the museums day, so having done the usual morning stuff, we locked the boat up and went to visit the Museum of Liverpool first. which is on the waterfront close to where we are moored.
Beautiful building, and well laid out inside.
Outside the museum there are four Lambanana. In 2008, as part of Liverpool's year-long position as European Capital of Culture, 125 individually designed miniature replicas were created and place around the city.
The museum is a fantastic place to visit and tells the story of Liverpool. It is free to visit and we recommend it.
We went for another Chinese Buffet at City Buffet, and found they had some new items on offer by way of a change. If you want a nice meal, lunch is £7.50 and is superb.
After lunch we then visited the Maritime Museum, which has some superb models of ships of different types and sizes.
We both learnt a lot of things we did not know about the sinking of the Titanic. The museum is packed with information and once again a place to visit for free. You can also see the Slavery part of the museum which is informative and makes you think.
The tug Brocklebank has now been joined by the steam tug Daniel Adamson for a special “Steam on the Dock” weekend here at the docks.
Liverpool has been buzzing today, with football fans from Villarreal and Liverpool, who play their match tonight. It was all really good humoured.
So our Liverpool holiday is almost at an end and I for one will be sad to say “Goodbye”.