Nothing, love this city. From Edinburgh to Liverpool, the journey is neither long nor short. When I arrived at the second train, I smelled the smell of the sardine fish and fell softly down to my face. Faces of different colours, but write a kind of comfort born at the seaside, afraid that the people here love Liverpool very much. The gentry who came and went, wrapped in a delicate Crochet jacket, with flax blonde hair on their heads, was indeed the subject of England, and the unrestrained Scottish people were very rude compared with it. Liverpool is the most beautiful city in Scotland, where the sunshine is so rare that I walk around the Albert dock. The sea is full of sea demons. I am not afraid of injuries and hide from the legends about you on the sea. I won't flinch from your love, no matter how bloody it is. Say softly, you love me, not enough. The shop on the edge of the city gave a sense of the emotions, just so that I think every commodity in the shop, should only exist here. It seems that if you buy this oil lamp and light it, the bearded fisherman of the last century will come out to fulfill your dream. In the birthplace of The Beatles, I am not a pilgrim. The owner of the black-tape record store said in a manner similar to that of a priest - "The people who come here to buy records are actually looking for a feeling of blood rushing in their hearts. Candy stores are also Beatles-like, with children with long eyelashes running and roaring Rock! Rock! Rock! The cave bar where the Beatles sang that day accommodated tourists who needed a drink to enjoy themselves. Before evening, the door of the bar was already bustling and people were laughing in the damp air of the underground cave. When I drank a cup of cotaickl, the nerve and sea smell of rock and roll was one of the most fishy. It's all-pervasive. Sunshine, sea breeze, flowers, champagne, ice cream, the cultural atmosphere here is relaxed and unreasonable, seabirds are also lazily pacing in the crowd, probably the British entertainment supremacy gesture infected seabirds. The Italian Club Fish, Norwegian Ice Shrimp, Raw Oyster, Lobster Pasta and Dessert are also good. You can ask the waiter for a Chinese menu at the address of "128 Bold St, Liverpool Chinatown, Liverpool, L1 4JA.