"What? No brick wall?" I hear you cry.
That's right. I actually took photos in public for once. Hark at me.
I don't know how the rest of you do it. The shame! This was a nice quiet road but I was still mortified when someone appeared out of his front door a few houses down. Well, it's his own fault for living in such a lovely house.
Dress - Closet @ Dorothy Perkins
Jacket - c/o French Connection
Shoes - ASOS
Rings - Matalan sale (black) & Dorothy Perkins sale (silver)
Clutch - H&M
When I grew too mortified to have my photo taken any more, I wrestled back control of the camera and we went a-wandering around the Georgian Quarter. It's by far my favourite part of Liverpool city centre. Let's face it, all of it is pretty fantastic - Liverpool One has all the big shops and restaurants, Bold Street has all the interesting shops and restaurants, the waterfront is rather spectacular and everywhere and everything else you discover has something to recommend it.
I adore Georgian buildings though and we have an awful lot of them. Not as many as we had 30 or 40 years ago due to some extremely dodgy planning decisions, but enough to mean that the streets feature quite often in films and tv programmes. Definitely worth taking a detour through when on the way to Sunday lunch!
And it was a damn good lunch. We went to Host, which I've walked past about a million times but have never been to before. I was super impressed - they've actually taken the effort to create gluten and dairy free menus which made life a lot easier for us! Eating out for me is usually accompanied by involved and lengthy discussions with waiters about ingredients and substitutions and frankly, it's a pain in the arse. This wasn't. And it tasted amazing: the biggest and best onion bhajis I've ever had, followed by duck and lychee red curry.
So yes, come and visit Liverpool. It's ace. Full of beautiful buildings and fun things to do. Although often quite windy...
God, I'm such a nerd. You'd never find the cool bloggers hitting publish on a post that included a daft photo like that one.
Here, having a soothing, arty shot of one of Liverpool's two cathedrals instead. Biggest Anglican cathedral in the world don't you know?