Legendary singer/songwriter Bob Dylan wowed tourists in Liverpool last week (ends08May09) when he hopped on a bus trek of Beatles sites.
The 67-year-old star, who performed in the English city on 2 May (09), decided to check out John Lennon's house in nearby Woolton and other Fab Four landmarks - and he shunned the idea of a private tour to join other fans.
According to a spokesman at Britain's National Trust - the organisation which owns the historic property - Dylan paid $23.30 (£16) for a public coach trip with other sightseers.
The insider says, "He took one of our general minibus tours. People on the minibus did not recognise him apparently.
"He could have booked a private tour but he was happy to go on the bus with everyone else."
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