Beech B and B

19 Old Lodge Close, Liverpool, L12 5FB, United Kingdom
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liverpool fc match

by m_barlev

my dream is to see a match of liverpool fc at anfiled
the chance of getting myself a ticket at the internet is very very low..even at the officel web site.
i will apricciate it a lot if someone could help me get 1 ticket, just 1 ticket to a leauge match of liverpool fc...

thanx and hoping for a happy result!

RE: liverpool fc match

by Superhans

You might struggle with that. You need to book long in advance. Your best bet is to see an away game or an FA cup tie. The 3rd round draw is early in january, with the next round a month or so later, get on the internet as soon as the tickets are on sale, they sell fast and members get first option.
What you supporting that northen lot for anyway?! You wanna follow Tottenham, were much better. See ya.

RE: RE: liverpool fc match

by m_barlev

thanx a lot mate for your kind help!
i'm truly a fanatic about liverpool fc, although tottenham has a lovely team!

RE: liverpool fc match

by davesut

An away game as suggested - try Wigan, my own beloved Bolton, Fulham, Reading, Watford, Blackburn - teams with lower crowds. Of course I understand your need to visit the home of your team and as Superhans suggested cup games are less popular in England these days and I would expect seats to be available for these matches

Travel Tips for Liverpool

Unseen view...

by hamouras

When i used to work here, i used to do quite a lot of overtimes. And between 8-9 i used to go out at the balcony and see the sunset when the weather was good. Liverpool has a beautiful sky. Reflections of Birkenhead on the waters of Mersey, clear blue sky and little clouds coloured in red, purple and grey. It's magnificent!

Unfortunately I never remembered to bring my camera to the office so that I can show you this view.

How did you call me?

by hamouras

Never never never call someone from Liverpool scouser or skally. You don't know what it means? Well, actually, I think it means 'someone from Liverpool', and that's why you shouldn't call them like that.

This is a nice...

by Bluereptile

This is a nice seaside town similar to Blackpool, but smaller. You can get here by taking the train from Liverpool Central to Southport along the Northern line. It has loads of Amusement Arcades and a Local Theme Park called Pleasureland. In my opinion, the only ride worth going on is the TraumaTizer. For more info go to

TraumaTizer - Going Up

A lorra lorra laughs

by Rachael71 about Rawhide Comedy Club

Liverpool is famous for its comedy, and a night at the Rawhide Comedy Club is recommended. There are generally three comedians on each night, plus an MC. Some comedians are local to the city, so you may need to tune your ears in to the accent when you visit! I've seen comedians from the US and Australia play here too. Peter Kaye, Ross Noble and Johnny Vegas used to play Rawhide in the early parts of their careers, and many of the acts have won comedy awards, which gives you an indication of the calibre of the acts.

Food is available (you need to be there by 7pm for this), there is waitress service from the bar all evening, and when the comedy finishes it becomes a nightclub. All shows start at 8pm. The club has just moved to a new venue to cope with demand. You will need to book tickets in advance, either on the ticket line or in person at the box office. Check the website for programme details.

The language and subject matter can be a bit risque, you might not want to take your maiden aunt here! No jeans, no trainers (this is standard for all nightclubs and bars in Liverpool at night). Smart casual clothing.

The Mersey Tunnels

by Britannia2

There are four ways to cross the Mersey - on the under river railway between James Street and Hamilton Square, by ferry or by one of the two road tunnels. The first Mersey road tunnel was officially opened on 18 July 1934 by King George V and Queen Mary. The tunnel was the largest underwater road tunnel in the world and was seen in Merseyside and England as a great ‘first’. The tunnel was named Queensway in honour of Queen Mary. The tunnel runs between the city centre and Birkenhead.
Due to demand a second tunnel was needed and this was to link the Scotland Road area and Wallasey. Queen Elizabeth II opened the new tunnel on 24 June 1971 which was named Kingsway in honour of her grandfather George V, the King who had opened Queensway thirty-seven years before.
I have only been through the 1937 tunnel - not a good driving experience. The lanes are narrow and it bends occasionally. A third tunnel is now at the planning stage.


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