Liverpool Tourism & Travel Guide

3 Days
Beatlesmania, beautiful buildings and a breathtaking waterfront - Liverpool

 In terms of recommendations, Liverpool has lots to offer on all those counts:  Nightl...

Harita Vinnakota
8 Days
Planning on the go - Manchester and Liverpool

Who says you cannot have fun while on work? I was on an official trip in Sheffield with 2 we...

Amrita Kapoor
2 Days
48 Hrs in Liverpool – Beatles, Rock & Roll, Football

Britain having colonised more than half the world, its cities ooze with history that literal...

Prasanna Sekar
1 Day
My top 5 UK cities

I spent one year studying in England. Thanks to our student organisation we had a lot of opportun...

Stef
30 Days
Backpacking across UK

LondonPieminister - Pie, Gravy and Mushy PeasWestminster AbbeyHyde ParkRadcliffe CameraOxford - A...

haarika kanuparthy
14 Days
UK sojourn- summer

Parade Gardens, BathParade Gardens, BathView from the gardensPulteney Bridge, BathThe Roman Baths...

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London
London is a magnificent melting pot and an exemplary showcase art, culture and beautiful urban spaces - both contemporar...
Dublin
My last day in Ireland was definitely an emotional one. Even then, I decided to cover maximum places I could to make the...
Edinburgh
We didn't have much plans for the day. After Scottish breakfast, we headed towards Halifax. This time, we took the alter...
Glasgow
We took an hour break and spent some time on the city map to locate the main areas of interest in the City and by 4 PM, ...
Bristol
The only August travel was a long weekend of partying in Bristol (one of my favourite UK cities) with friends.This blog...
Sheffield
How to get to Bakewell, Peak District: We took Bus 218 from Sheffield Interchange. Bus 218 departs from Sheffield Interc...

About Liverpool

Then one cold winter evening, I stopped to watch an 80-year-old man, about 5ft in height and with a wiry frame, as he stood on the side of the pedestrian path in the city centre and put on a performance like no other. Let's call him Elvis. There were just two other people watching, as Elvis the busker strummed his toy guitar -- which had a plastic keyboard with his right hand -- and sang in a high-pitched monotone something that sounded like this, "Oh yeah, oh yeah, old man, gooood guyyy....yeah yeah...oh yeah." His thin neck was raised towards the sky and his effort at being a street artist was touching in its sincerity. There were hardly any coins on the cloth he had stretched out on the ground in front of him. But Elvis didn't seem to mind. He just kept on singing till the orange-hued dusk gave way to an electric glow and the milling crowds thinned to reveal imposing buildings with long shadows. I left soon after but always looked for Elvis on the same spot each time I went by.

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