Even since I can remember, I have been a Beatles fan. This is the main reason why I decided to visit Liverpool, the town of the Beatles. I also thought about seeing other towns in Merseyside, including Huyton, Bootle, Birkenhead and Wallasey. A friend of mine suggested two hotels for me to stay at: Premier Inn (57 Speke Hall Avenue) and Hope Street Hotel (40 Hope Street). I chose the first one, as I liked it better. As for transportation, I had already talked to a taxi company and arranged for a taxi cab to take me around town.
I started my adventure in Liverpool by visiting The Beatles Story. Anything you have ever wanted to find out about The Beatles, you can discover here. I was amazed and I promised that I would some day return with my children, so that I could show to them the wonderful world of The Beatles. My next visit was to the Liverpool Cathedral, as I have always wanted to see it. I returned to the hotel quite tired, with one of those executive cars. The transportation was very comfortable, especially since I have never traveled in such a car before. I saw that a wheelchair accessible taxi was standing outside my hotel, so I gathered that companies now provide adapted transportation as well.
I arranged for an airport taxi to take me from Liverpool to Gatwick airport; I paid around £429 for the 246 miles journey and I reached my destination in 3 hours and 55 minutes. A large group who was staying at my hotel told me they were going to travel from Liverpool to Liverpool airport; they paid £100 for one of those lovely minibuses; the 9 miles journey lasted 20 minutes. While I was traveling on the road, I paused at The Crown Hotel (545 King Street, Stoke-on-Trent) and at Marriott (12 Hagley Road, Birmingham). As for eating, I discovered two fine restaurants on the road: Baby Russets (42 Kingsway, Stoke-on-Trent) and Turners Restaurant (69 High Street, Birmingham).