Sandown Hotel Manchester

745 Rochdale Road, Harpurhey, Manchester, England
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Forum Posts

Dutch Queen's Day Celebration

by maxvl

Hi,

I'll be in Manchester on the 30th of april (Dutch Queen's Day) with about 30 students (Industrial Design, Delft, The Netherlands) And we're planning on celebrating. Is there a Dutch pub of some sorts, where we could have a beer and act silly in orange clothes?

Cheers,

Max

Re: Dutch Queen's Day Celebration

by doodybee

Hi Manchesters varied "nightlife" will give you all the excuse you need to wear your contry colours with pride regardless of whether or not there is a particlar Dutch pub for you to find
Have a great "Queens Day"
Julie

Re: Dutch Queen's Day Celebration

by Gillybob

I'm not aware of a Dutch pub in Manchester, although there are 3 Kro bars which are Dutch owned. One is in Picadilly in the city centre, the other 2 are a little out from the city centre, both on Oxford Road.

Oh, and if you've been googling at all, you'll have seen returns for the Dutch Pancake House but that's now closed.

Re: Dutch Queen's Day Celebration

by missesj

Hi,

I was just wondering if you already know where you'r gonna celebrate Queen's day in Manchester!
Would like to go out and celebrate as well so will be fun to meet other Dutch people!:)

Julia

Re: Dutch Queen's Day Celebration

by missesj

Haha just see that this is about queensday last year;)
Forgot that it's already 2010! Sorry:P

Travel Tips for Manchester

Something For Everyone

by steventilly

The shopping, the pubs, the nightlife, china town, museums, the modern architecture of Salford Quays, the superb new city centre developments...
There is simply SO MUCH to see and do in Manchester. We usually come for weekends, but you could easily spend longer here (just ask Laura!).
I'm going to list the main things to see and do around Manchester under the "Must See Activities" section, so take a look there for the bulk of my tips.

Tasting beer in pubs

by susiederkins

I wouldn't try this in a chain pub/bar, but the smaller pubs are perfectly willing to pull a bit of their ale into a glass for you to try before committing to an entire pint. When some bars have a few cask-pulled bitters with baffling names and little to describe them, this little tip can be very helpful in making an educated drinking decision.

SOLTEX

by gabriellefox

If you want to find sports equipment the biggest sporting brands in Europe show case their goods at the G MEX centre every February. Ski and snowboard hardware.
Jackets, trousers, base layers, socks, sunglasses etc.

For Mens, Ladies and Kids clothing visit www.surfanic.com. They also have a wicked selection of bags.

Stockport

by tvor

Aside from Hatworks, there is a nice mix of some very old buildings including a few lovely 16th century half timbered houses. One is the Underbank Hall and is used now as a NatWest bank. There is a good sized outdoor market and a nice pedestrian shopping area, remodeled from it's 1970's origins.

Biggest Ihave ever seen

by gabriellefox about Primark

Primark sells good quality clothing and very reasonable prices. You will not find any designer labels in here. I went into Primark to see if I could find matching tops for the models to wear at Soltex. I worked my way through the High Street but found balck and white halternecks for £2.50 each. They had plenty of lycra, wash and wear well and have sizes from 8 to 22! If you are looking for holiday clothing, sarongs, bikinis, sandals etc this is the shop for you. They are also good for jackets and jumpers too! They cater for men, women and children of all shapes and sizes.

This is a brilliant shop if you are working on a budget or have lots of kids! Much less than you would spend anywhere else.

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