Two days after beginning their holiday in Hawaii, John and Cynthia Lennon, George Harrison and Pattie Boyd flew on to their main destination: Papeete in Tahiti.
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The day after flying from London to Lisbon via Paris, Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, Ringo Starr and Maureen Cox arrived at their holiday destination at St Thomas, one of the Virgin Islands.
On the day that the other Beatles flew to Hawaii, Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, Ringo Starr and Maureen Cox began their journey to the Virgin Islands. On this day they flew to Lisbon, Portugal, where they caught a connecting flight the following day.
Having completed the filming of their first feature film A Hard Day's Night, The Beatles enjoyed holidays for much of May 1964. Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, Ringo Starr and Maureen Cox went together to the Virgin Islands, while John and Cynthia Lennon flew with George Harrison and Pattie Boyd to Tahiti via Hawaii.
To return to England from America, The Beatles flew first from Miami to New York, where they boarded an aeroplane to take them to London. They arrived back the following day.
To take advantage of The Beatles' second day off from their 18-night concert residency at the Olympia Theatre, Paris (their first rest day was 21 January), John Lennon and George Harrison flew back to London for an overnight break. In the evening Harrison had dinner with Phil Spector and The Ronettes.
The Beatles played their first show in France on 15 January 1964. The previous evening three of the group flew to Paris from London.
The Beatles' 1963 tour of Sweden was a triumph, with crowds of fans following their every move, Beatlemania in full swing, crowds of fans following their every move, and the group playing with excitement and enthusiasm.
Following the final recording session for the With The Beatles LP, the group flew from London Airport to Arlanda International Airport, about 40 kilometres north of Stockholm, for their first tour in Scandinavia.
The Beatles had a rare two-week break in September 1963. John and Cynthia Lennon took a belated honeymoon in Paris, George Harrison flew to America, and Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr went on holiday to Greece.
The Beatles began two-week holidays on this day, flying to a variety of destinations. John and Cynthia Lennon flew to Paris for a belated honeymoon, while their son Julian was looked after by John's aunt Harrie in Liverpool.
While John and Cynthia Lennon were holidaying in Paris, and Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr flew to Greece with their partners, George Harrison and his brother Peter visited their sister Louise Harrison Caldwell in Benton, Illinois.
The Beatles had been due to fly from London to Edinburgh on the morning of 2 January 1963. Due to bad weather, however, their flight was changed at the last minute and they landed in Aberdeen instead.
In preparation for their impending Scottish tour, The Beatles flew back from Hamburg to London on 1 January 1963.
The Beatles flew from Liverpool to Hamburg on this day ahead of their third and final residency at the German city's Star-Club, situated on Große Freiheit off the Reeperbahn, which began later that evening.
Having performed the last date of their second residency at Hamburg's Star-Club the night before, The Beatles began their return journey to Liverpool on this day.
The Beatles flew from Liverpool to Hamburg on this day ahead of their second residency at the German city's Star-Club, situated on Große Freiheit off the Reeperbahn.
The day before their first Abbey Road recording session, The Beatles drove from Liverpool to London.
Following their 48-night residency at Hamburg's Star-Club, in which they notched up 172 hours of stage time over seven weeks, The Beatles began their journey back to Liverpool.
George Harrison and Brian Epstein arrived in Hamburg on this day for The Beatles' first residency at the Star-Club.