31st October 2014

Wonderful Washington – Part 3

Now that the hard work was over, we drove out of Central Washington and made our way to our next hotel; a lovely ski-resort hotel, which was cosy and the best way to end the amazing tour. We didn’t do any ski-ing, however.


We decided to visit one of the most interesting science museums we had ever been too; the Da Vinci Centre of science. Inside, the boys had all sorts of fun sorting puzzles, discovering that a snowboard is not the best object to pack on a space trip, spinning around on a gyrosphere, admiring bees, floating foam balls in air, and even building large skyscrapers out of Jenga-like blocks.It was a truly amazing experience, and dare I say it, better than most science museums in South London. The range of activities, along with the compact area, made it a hive of learning without the boring stuff.




After invading an EPIC local playground with soft cushioned floor and mad climbing structures, we returned to our luxury hotel.



The science museum did sound like fun to you, I’m sure. But what would rest and relaxation be to a group of young boys from a thrill-seeking performance based life, than thrill-seeking unlike no other. Oh yes, a trip to a theme park was in play. Not just any theme park, but a water park and theme park packed into one bedazzling dizzy-making day. Dorney Park.


Visiting a theme park such as this was rare indeed for us. None of us were expecting a spectacle and sight such as a waterslide being so close to a twirling roller coaster, and the element of surprise was the perfect way to end the tour. Many of the boys had immense fun on the roller coasters, and with the shows done, we could essentially scream our heads off. We didn’t, but that’s only because it’s hard to scream spinning upside down at 60 miles per hour.


The weather was kind to us, and our days relaxing were becoming our last days in America. Soon, it was time to drive back to Washington and catch a plane back home.

Before we leave though, we took the time to say that this trip was something special, and it was sad to leave. We packed our toy mooses (or moosen, I’m not sure which plural to use) and made our way to the airport – and said good-bye to our wonderful Washington driver, Sean. It was time to tell our parents all the stories from the trip, or maybe they will read this!

See you next tour, unless the mooses steal the music to start their own choir.


17 Comments on “Wonderful Washington – Part 3

1st November 2014 at 9:19 pm

I love your tour blog!

Timothy Sayers
2nd November 2014 at 2:16 am

Enjoyed reading your tour blog. Really enjoyed the pictures accompanying it. The smiles, the activities, the antics, the poses, the boys are a lot of fun watch. Love you guys, glad you had a wonderful visit. Looking forward to your next tour here.

Rex B.
2nd November 2014 at 4:39 am

Nice blog. It is good to see you had a good time while here in the US. Come back soon.

2nd November 2014 at 1:21 pm

Sounds like you really had the best tour this time. Continue to astonish the world Libera! God Bless all of you.

Jan Mappatao
2nd November 2014 at 2:46 pm

It is never a bore to read about what you’ve done and plan to do on your tours and adventures.

Congratulations finishing a brand new tour!

Eric Smith
2nd November 2014 at 8:51 pm

I’m so glad that you boys had a great time here in the States, hope that you can visit here on the Gulf Coast next time you’re here.

3rd November 2014 at 12:57 am

Totally enjoyed your Washington Trip. Looking forward to the New DVD & CD. Your music inspires me. Cheers!

Gary in Florida
3rd November 2014 at 6:05 am

I’m so glad that you get to relax and enjoy each other, in addition to the hard work that you put in. Evidently the organizers of your trips – Steven Philip, Andy Winter, hosts, or whoever else – seem to do a great job; a shout out to them as well. And from the looks of it, Matthew, Kavana, and Eoghan might be thinking of changing their majors to architecture!

3rd November 2014 at 4:51 pm

Loved all your concerts here in the US! I do hope you will enjoy a wonderful Christmas this year and do come again soon : ) I look forward to it!!

P.S Wonderful Post~!

Janie Beth
4th November 2014 at 2:19 pm

You all are such a blessing to me and I hope y’all had an awesome time here in the States! Hope you can come back again and maybe this time I can come to one of your concerts!

Haley Manion
7th November 2014 at 9:07 pm

Any chance you all would be coming to America any time soon? You are amazing and would love to see you live

10th November 2014 at 1:00 am

They look so fun:)
You guys are really amazing.
your music is soooo inspiring.
I can’t wait to see you live.
But you’ve not come here Japan for almost 3 years.
Come here please!!!
I would love to listen to your sound.

12th November 2014 at 10:10 am

very awesome post ..i liked your post very much…Thanks for sharing it .I found very useful in finding information about hotes,beaches,etc..

30th November 2014 at 7:24 pm

I love you so much guys. I have an important question: Is it possible that you visit sometime Hungary? I know it’s a small country, but there are many fans of you 🙂 Many hungarians would be happy if you give a concert here, for us. I would be there for sure 🙂

Szandi from Hungary

15th December 2014 at 2:14 am

I sing in the Utah Baroque Ensemble! We have the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. You need to come and sing with us in Utah!

23rd December 2014 at 3:48 am

Hallo aus Deutschland,
leider kann ich kein Englisch 🙁
Ich würde gerne wissen, ob Libera auch einmal nach Deutschland kommt. Auch hier gibt es viele Fans die Eure Musik lieben.
Macht weiter so !
Viele Grüße aus Deutschland


28th July 2016 at 10:19 pm

Love your post and your performances.. Please come back to America again soon. God bless all of you.


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