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#315978 - 01/18/07 01:54 AM Visiting UK soon!
Ed_Morris Offline
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Registered: 11/04/05
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Hey! I'll be visiting England for a week soon, starting in Liverpool and working my way towards London. If anyone knows of any places of interest between those two points, please post the contact info here in this thread....I'll try to plan and make a stop by.


#315979 - 01/18/07 02:48 AM Re: Visiting UK soon! [Re: Ed_Morris]
Gavin Offline
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Convent Garden in London... Followed by Leicester Square.... Followed by Soho. Ton's of great bars and eating type places! If you need a guide drop me a mail dude!!
Gavin King
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#315980 - 01/18/07 04:30 AM Re: Visiting UK soon! [Re: Ed_Morris]
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Are you passing Manchester, which is only 30 mins away from L'pool, Let me know as I would love to meet up with you. Manchester itself is full of many points of interest, including the Trafford centre with Free parking for 10,000 cars.
Also we got the home of Manchester City, which was orginally used to host the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.

The Hidden Gem St Ann's Church, the only building in Manchester to remain unscaved after the Blitz during the war

I look forward to seeing you


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#315981 - 01/18/07 06:43 AM Re: Visiting UK soon! [Re: Ed_Morris]
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Do you like outdoor stuff--hills, rivers, walks etc?...if so Derbyshires Peak District National Park is on route to London from Liverpool. Its gorgeous. Of course you could visit Cambridge as you're from Massachusetts. Tons of historic places of interest here. Avoid Luton.
"Irony is mainly used by the British in in order to distinguish themselves from Americans, which worked very well until the Americans had more guns than them."

#315982 - 01/18/07 07:53 AM Re: Visiting UK soon! [Re: Gavin]
Ed_Morris Offline
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cool! keep the contacts coming. I have a host of family in Liverpool to visit (here's a site I did in honor of my grandfather's service: )

which is the main reason for my visit. also friends in London.

thanks again for the contacts...once I put the trip together, I'll be contacting you to set something up.

Cheers! -Ed

#315983 - 01/18/07 07:56 AM Re: Visiting UK soon! [Re: Ed_Morris]
shoshinkan Offline
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Hi Ed,

Im on the South Coast, near Brighton, as you know you are welcolme to drop in, stay as you wish.

Be great to train as well, let me know what you would like to do, maybee we can all hook up - ie with Gavin and stuff.
Jim Neeter

#315984 - 01/18/07 10:01 AM Re: Visiting UK soon! [Re: shoshinkan]
McSensei Offline

Registered: 06/15/05
Posts: 1069
Loc: Kent, England
Damn Jim, If Ed meets up with you he'll discover that you're actually a 14 year old yellow belt.

#315985 - 01/18/07 10:40 AM Re: Visiting UK soon! [Re: Ed_Morris]
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Registered: 01/18/05
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Loc: England
Hi Ed,

I noticed this bit about your Grandfathers ship HMS Glasgow.

"December 3, 1940 while at anchor in Suda Bay, Crete, she was hit by two aircraft torpedoes that put two of her four shafts out of action. Damage was extensive, and repairs at Alexandria and at Singapore in June which lasted until the end of August 1941".

My Dad was based at the RN Dockyard in Alex during that time, so I guess that he could have worked on your Granddads ship. Funny old world isn't it?


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