There are places I’ll remember
All my life, though some have changed.
Some forever, not for better;
Some have gone and some remain.
the Beatles

Even if you’re unaware, you’ll unmistakably sense when you’ve arrived in Liverpool—where everything transforms into a celebration of the Beatles.

But first was dinner. We decided to go to Jollibee, a burger fast food chain originally from the Philippines. I really wanted to taste the crispy but very sweet Peach Mango Pie. Yummm

As night falls, Liverpool comes alive with vibrant entertainment and nightlife. It was such fun, although it wasn’t from my time, it was a great feast for the eyes and a great stroll around town.

We passed by the iconic Cavern Club where the Beatles once performed. We then explored the trendy bars and clubs in the district. What I noticed was that everywhere we walked, there was music playing and jamming… what a happy place.

Mathew Street was where I saw a kaleidoscope of colourful projections all related to the awesome foursome.

Doors all relating to Beatle mania.

And in one of the corners in Cavern Quarter is this venue opened in 2021. It is called Revolver based on the seventh studio album by the English rock band which was released on 5 August 1966.

The next morning…

Breakfast was included with our accommodation and we started early so we can have more time to explore.

And as we started our stroll that morning, rain was pouring. But that didn’t deter us from going to the Beatles sculpture. Well, actually there really was no other choice since we were leaving later that day.

We passed by these closed doors.

And seats which were great to sit on if it wasn’t wet or if it wasn’t locked 🤣🤣

Excited to reach the larger than life size figures of The Beatles, in their hometown of Liverpool. The Statues were donated by the Cavern Club and it arrived on Liverpool’s Waterfront in December 2015.

Won’t you be tempted to do some poses with the Fab 4? Haha I am just half the size of the statues.

We wandered along with the view of the picturesque Mersey River. More public art by the waterfront.

Three sculptures in front of the Museum of Liverpool are a part of the Lambanana trail.

Some evidence of Liverpool’s rich history

And more doors on our way back. By this time we were already hurrying to get back to the hotel in time for our check out as Tim was already there waiting for us.

After leaving everything Beatles inspired, we proceeded to the Liverpool Cathedral.

The interior was massive and very impressive.

TRIVIA: Liverpool Cathedral holds several additional records besides its size. It features the largest Gothic arches ever constructed, houses the world’s largest working church organ, and possesses the world’s heaviest and highest ringing peal of bells.

Our road trip to Liverpool was a magical adventure through the Beatles’ legacy, picturesque waterfront views, and the awe-inspiring grandeur of the cathedral. It was a journey that created memories that will resonate with us forever.

40 Comments Add yours

  1. arlene says:

    Lovely photos Techie. I am a Beatles fan.🥰

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks That’s nice Arlene. So happy then to share this with a Beatles fan.

  2. Thanks for the tour, obladi oblada…

    1. Teresa says:

      Haha It us my pleasure to share, Rebecca

  3. restlessjo says:

    It’s another era, Teresa, and all of my youth. You’ve captured it well. I especially like those patterns on Mathew Street, and you posing with the Beatles. It is a lively, happy place and good to go back. Thanks, darlin!

    1. Teresa says:

      Yes, I really enjoyed our short visit. It is my sister’s time so I am all too familiar with them and love them too.

  4. scooj says:

    You certainly covered a lot of ground on your trip to the UK. Although I have been to Liverpool a couple of times, I didn’t do much exploring. The doors and other photographs are wonderful.

    1. Teresa says:

      Well I didn’t do much too. We were there for just a short time. My phone just kept on snapping. Thanks for your comment, scooj!

  5. margaret21 says:

    I love exploring Liverpool. But even though I’me very much Beatles Era myself, I wish they wouldn’t refer EVERYTHING back to the Fabulous Four. There’s so much more to this city! As you too discovered.

    1. Teresa says:

      Yes, it’s not just the Beatles for sure. Thanks Margaret for your comment

  6. Dan Antion says:

    What a fantastic visit, Teresa. I love the Beatles, and I’m sure I would enjoy all the tributes, but that cathedral is what grabbed my attention here. I’ve never heard of it, or its impressive record holding details. The photos are wonderful, especially the interior. Thanks so much for sharing these images with us.

    1. Teresa says:

      Glad that you liked my share of the Cathedral. It was my son who planned for this roadtrip, so am very thankful to him. Very impressive indeed!

  7. A fascinating tour of Liverpool! Makes me want to check it out.

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks a lot ❤️

  8. Wonderful photo Teresa. I am interested in Liverpool Cathedral in a current writing project, so your post was a welcome surprise and a joy!!
    What a beautiful cathedral. Thanks for highliting the doors and the spaces outdoors in Liverpool Awesome how things happen and seem to be coincidences.

    1. Teresa says:

      Well glad that my post was just on time. Good luck on your writing project, Suzette.

      1. Thank you, Teresa! Much appreciated!

  9. Thank you for sharing all those amazing photographs.

    1. Teresa says:

      I had fun visiting this amazing place, it is really my pleasure. Thanks for stopping by.

  10. Joanne says:

    That sounds wonderful! I am just starting to get into music by the Beatles since my youngest son likes a lot of their songs and plays them when we’re in the car together.

    1. Teresa says:

      Their songs have catchy tunes. I like them as well.

  11. Amazing photos, Teresa. What a wonderful place to visit. I do love the Beetles!

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks Brenda , it was definitely an amazing road trip.

  12. Marsha says:

    Teresa, what a lovely tour. I love the statues walking in the rain. From the music to walking among the public art and the lovely cathedral, what a great tour you took us on. 🙂 xxx

    1. Teresa says:

      Such kind words, Marsha. Happy that you had fun on this walk to Liverpool.

      1. Marsha says:

        You captured so much of it. It makes me want to visit again. 🙂

        1. Teresa says:

          Haha well you can!

          1. Marsha says:

            It’s not going anywhere, but sadly, I’m not either right this second. So, I’ll sit in my cool office and enjoy yours. 🙂

          2. Teresa says:

            That is ok as well haha Have a great week Marsha.

          3. Marsha says:

            You too, Teresa! 😊

  13. Thanks for the tour around this fantastic musem Theresa. It’s long been on my bucket list. I’ve been a few times to London but have never been down Liverpool way. Next time for sure. I love your photos.

  14. Teresa says:

    Thanks Jennifer, you gotta go there one of these days.

  15. Natalie says:

    Fabulous public art in Liverpool, Teresa. I love those displays along the waterfront and your photos of the Cathedral’s interiors. Thank you for your PPAC contribution.

    1. Teresa says:

      A pleasure to share, Natalie.

  16. Now that’s a pilgrimage! Beautifully captured

    1. Teresa says:

      Glad you liked it I.J. I absolutely enjoyed my short visit.

  17. XingfuMama says:

    Looks like you had a blast in Liverpool. My husband is a huge Beatles fan. Those benches might attract in different weather.

    1. Teresa says:

      Yes, I definitely enjoyed Liverpool. I know, those benches would be perfect in any other weather. Thanks Mama.

  18. Alison says:

    Fun photos Teresa, you really captured the essence of Liverpool
    We were there quite a few years ago now and I have the same photo of Anthony as the missing Beatle!
    Lovely photos of the cathedral too

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks Alison. I loved Liverpool and it’s always fun to be the 5th of the Beatles.

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