Today it was off to Liverpool to pay a visit to procyonid. We now got to experience morning rush hour on the Tube. Yikes! We made our way to Euston Station to catch our train. It was interesting to watch the mass of humanity in their daily ritual. We eventually got on our train and were whisked away to the west coast. We got in just after noon. Al and Dex met up with some online friends of Al's so Procyon, Kitty, and I were off on our own for a few hours. We went up into the city's radio tower for a birds-eye view of the city. It was then off to lunch at a little no-frills fish and chips place. We walked off lunch by taking a tour of the city and waterfront. We then hooked back up with Al and Dex and relived the famous Gerry and the Pacemakers song, "Ferry Cross the Mersey." It was a nice relaxing trip across the estuary and back. Then it was pub time! We pounded a few pints and then went off to dinner. We stopped at a place that Procyon had walked by many times but never tried. It was a little upscale, but OMG the food was good! I think he now has a place to bring guests in the future. It was then time to say our goodbyes at the train station. Our train was more of a local, so it took longer to get home. We arrived at the station just before midnight. We realized that the Tube shuts down not too long after midnight, so we made a mad dash to catch the last trains. We did. Soon we were back home and crashing HARD. Busy day! Thanks, again, Procyon!