When we arrived in Liverpool, we did a little shopping before finding a great restaurant for some lunch. Horrible football – I’m joking of course – to those Liverpool fans. We noticed the streets were made from a weird material, they were very different to Peruvian roads. We also saw some extremely good architecture and the city had a mix of modern, classic and industrial buildings. Throughout the day we conversed with some locals, primarily in the restaurant and in shops but they were all very nice. They even gave us hot chocolate in a clothes shop!
We visited ‘The Marine Museum’ and it was exceptional. It was very informative, educational and some of the artifacts on display reminded us of a few scenes from the movie ‘Titanic’.
Tenbury Wells is a small community. It’s surrounded by countryside and has a typical English town feel to it. We have visited the local Indian restaurant there and loved it!
We’ve recently taken a visit to Worcester, it was cold but our favourite part about it was the variety of shops. The architecture is also nice, with a mix of old black and white houses and modern builds and we can’t forget the cathedral!
Hereford is a small city, smaller than Worcester and has a combination of old-style houses with modern shops on the ground floor making a surreal contrast. Walking through the streets we found everyone is very respectful. We enjoyed our visit.