Arinza Apartments

1 Beaumont St, Liverpool, L8 1UJ, United Kingdom
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Family trip to anfiled

by emg.ossian

Hi all, I was hoping that some of you could help. I am trying to organise a Santa trip. That is ;my Daughter is LFC in the Brain as is my Husband. I have purchased tickets and flights for a LFC game in Jan 07 but need advice on (1.)how they can get from the airport, (2)a good hotel and (3)from the hotel to anfield and as they will be flying home after the match (4)the best type of transport to get back to the airport again. As I have never been to lIverpool before and it's my husband that is in charge I need to prime him. My husband is also hoping that they could spend the morning of the match at the LFC museum is this possible? Any information would be gratefully recieved. Thanks to all who reply.

RE: Family trip to anfiled

by lfc

hi
there is agood bus service from the airport, from memory take the 500 to lime street station which is directly across from the holiday inn lime street which is city centre and a good hotel.cost aprox £95 a night but you can check this out on the web.
taxi is about the best way of getting to and from anifield , there is a bus service as well , might be some details on www.liverpoolfc.tv

RE: RE: Family trip to anfiled

by emg.ossian

Thanks for your help- your a star.

RE: RE: Family trip to anfiled

by PJMulholland

As already mentioned the 500 express bus is probably your best bet for getting into Liverpool city centre. From there you are only a couple of miles from the stadium. If you want public transport from the city centre you'll need the 17 bus from Queen Sq Bus Station which runs about every 10/15 minutes in the day.

You can just turn up and do the musuem tour for a few pound each. The club also do a stadium tour but this can often fill up and might be worth booking ahead.

For hotels, they're all pretty good (other than the Adelphi) if you're just coming for football the Travelodge on Old Haymarket will put you close for the buses and is only about £50 per double room.

Travel Tips for Liverpool

Views Along The Waterfront

by steventilly

One of Liverpool's most famous sights is its waterfront and especially the buildings known as "the Three Graces". From left to right The Liver Building, The Cunard Building and The Port Of Liverpool Offices.

This picture is taken from the Mersey Ferry.

Packing...

by CandS

Since we had a car we didn't need to worry too much about bags but our backpacks came in handy when climbing stairs at B&B's etc. Good walking shoes are a must...as is a warm jacket and water proof gear...

Visit Beaumaris Castle,

by margaretvn

it was built overlooking the Menai Strait on the Isle of Anglesey. It is a World Heritage Listed Site. Again this castle was built (starting in 1295) by Edward I to contain the Welsh. The castle was given the French name Baeu Mareys (beautiful marsh) and is the last of Edwards castles to be built. Because the castle was built on flat ground the mason-architect (Master James of St. George) was able to build a castle of geometric symmetry, in fact the castle was never finished but it remains the most perfect example of a concentrically planned castle in Britain. An attack on Beaumaris would have presented terrible problems. The original water filled moat formed the first defence line and then there was a ring of outer walls and a series of evenly spaced towers. If the attacker overcame these obstacles they then faced a deadly crossfire from archers on the next series of walls and towers which protected the central core of the castle. At its peak the castle had connections with the sea. The old tidal dock can still be seen, but the short channel which gave access to the sea has disappeared long ago. Beaumaris is part of the 'Heritage in Wales'. Membership of this gives free access to all Cadw sites and half price admission to about 900 sites in England and Scotland.

Clubbing Choices

by scouseneil about Take Your Pick

There are two distinct areas of the city centre for people looking for nightclubs. These are the Cavern Quarter and the area around Concert Square.

The Cavern Quarter's main activities are found on and around Mathew Street. There are a variety of clubs to meet all tastes, including the famous Cavern Club, seventies themed Flares, the lively Havana for a continental feel, and Flanaghans for genuine Irish music. I regard this as the "fun" part of town, where I feel most at home. The clubs I have mentioned are just a few of many.

The other end of town tends to be the favourite haunt of Liverpool's student population,although again there are pubs and clubs to suit all tastes.

The Arena is on Concert square, an open air square bordered by several drinking holes, with seating ideal for enjoying balmy summer evenings. The split-level Walkabout is a particularly popular club in this area. More trendy places can be found in this area on Wood Street, Seel Street and Slater Street.

Drinking in Liverpool can be very reasonable, with many establishments offering 2 for 1 deals on bottled beers and alcopops. Shooters can usually be found for as little as £1. There are also a number of free houses, such as Lloyds Bar on Queen Square and The Welkin at the bottom of Mathew Street, both of which offer all beers at very competitive prices (a pint of Guinness for £1.59 is a good deal in my book!). Dress codes vary, depending on which spots you hit. If you're in jeans there are plenty of places both ends of town where you'll probably be able to get in. Of course as a rule it's a good idea to avoid jeans and training shoes.

Liverpool Car Parks

by Bigs

Notice that all public car park are pay and display. Sabs and I got a car from the airport for a week, as it got better rates than only for a few days. But we only needed it to go up to the Lakes over new year. So we parked it on the long Aigburth road, that leads to the airport and took the bus to get into town. We saved some money I guess....

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Address: 1 Beaumont St, Liverpool, L8 1UJ, United Kingdom