When we received this press release today, the publicist admitted it was probably “too cheesy for ‘gum.” Too cheesy to recommend? Yes. To cheesy to post? Not at all, luv.
The Rock n? Roll England tour includes stays in Liverpool with a stop at the Beatles Story, the world?s only Beatles-themed visitor attraction ? as well as visits to St. Peter?s Woolton, Penny Lane and the Liverpool Institute. A once-in-a-lifetime performance by a Beatles tribute band concludes the time spent in this rock-inspired city. This concert offers the chance to hear the Beatles? famed Sgt. Pepper?s Lonely Hearts Club Band playlist live, nearly 40 years to the day after its release, at the famous Cavern Club, site of nearly 300 Beatles? performances.
In addition to visiting the sites and sounds of The Beatles, the Rock ?n? Roll Tour England vacation features London sightseeing with a local rock ?n? roll expert, visiting hangouts of renowned musicians, including Jimi Hendrix?s former home and the place that launched Bob Marley?s reggae revolution. Also, through a partnership with the legendary Hard Rock Café, Globus passengers will experience a welcome dinner at the world?s original Hard Rock Café. The journey ends with a performance of the hit sold-out musical We Will Rock You, featuring 31 of Queen?s greatest songs.
Departing on May 28, 2007, this six-day vacation is available for a land-only price of $1,679.
How do they not mention a stop at Abbey Road? What about Ringo’s house? The garden with the octopuses? But, to the three of you that actually find this appealing, book it at Globus. (Take pictures — and don’t forget to write!)