Yes I have read Hunter My first Beatle Book without pictures
How did it go ?
Got Tony Barrells autograph, there was a pretty good crowd turned up along with CBS camera people their too but no sign of Ringo or Paul , and the Beatles walk chap Richard turned up with a large group and gave some more facts on the day.
Thanks for that, yes i saw a small US tv crew there, shame The BBC or Sky never marked the occasion. The tour guide talking is Richard Porter who won Beatles Brain of Britain , knows his stuff, I went on his Magical Mystery tour walk , it was very enjoyable for me as i'm a huge Beatles fan but for the part time supporter it may be a little dry .
I've now got Get Back in my head since i played the clip.
Just found this review of the Beatles walk tour. As much as i enjoyed Richard's tour he was a very closed person and i agree with this chaps criticisms that he was a little rude, maybe he's done this job for a little too long. .
I went on a tour one time along time ago of 'Falling Water'. The house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. And I remember the guide was upset that people didn't know the basic stuff about him and some never even heard of him, but were there only because of their spouses. lol
Fiendish Thingy: Thanks Bobber. I'm good thanks. Quiet on here for the last few months. I see Al has gone all 'Facebook' and is attracting new members. No bad thing. Are you going to the annual Beatleweek in Liverpool this year? Not long now 10 weeks or so. See you there?
Jun 21, 2019 10:44:22 GMT
Mr Kite: I`ll see you there F.T.
Jun 22, 2019 21:53:51 GMT
Bobber: Not sure. It's an expensive trip for me plus I'm starting a new job around that time.
Jun 25, 2019 11:06:14 GMT
Amadeus: Hey all. Not been frequenting here very much lately. Between burying people, helping sick people and feeling crap myself, Me and Mrs. A. have been weighed under. Hoping to get a bit more out of that rut so I can focus back on the fun things I used to focus
Jun 26, 2019 19:56:52 GMT