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by valeriospina

this applies to Holyhead also..Due to storm at Glaskow, Oceania and Capstain took the safer route to avoid any incident even if it was an over cautious stance on their part. Weather in liverpool was fair ,windy but fair and not as dangerous as glaskow .

Visited: Sep 14, 2018

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by glomarrone

Since my daughter & our grand kids visited us on the ship, we toured the city with them independently. We visited the old harbor, the Beatles Story, rode the Giant Wheel and went to the top of the Radio City Tower. We all enjoyed walking around the city. It was a lot of city walking, though. Hop On Hop Off Buses are also available. The following day, the grand kids & my daughter rode the ferry.

Visited: Aug 02, 2017

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by kenthompson527

Great town ... Especially if you are a beer and Beatles fan. Wonderful pubs/bars to relive the Beatles early years. Here you can also take in all attractions on your own and purchase tickets in advance online.

Visited: Jul 23, 2016

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by Ecraft66

One of the biggest surprises of the ports. I thought Liverpool was only about the Beatles, but I was so wrong. It's about shipping and trade, the Mersey River, World War II communications and the Blitz, a thriving economy, a new shopping and entertainment complex called Liverpool One, the largest Chinatown in the world outside china, a maritime museum commemorating the Titanic, the Lusitania, and the slave trade from Africa to America. It's about music before and after the Beatles. Someday I'll go back. It's an awesome city. We were greeted by lively musicians playing “All My Lovin” as we entered the city from the cruise terminal.

Visited: Jul 01, 2017

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