Beech Mount Executive Accommodation

1-3 Beech Street, Liverpool, L7 0HL, United Kingdom
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by brady88

Hi ,
Does anyone know why Ryanair are stopping some of it;s flights from liverpool . Just looked on the website , now can't fly to Agadir , and there are no prices up for Pisa ..
Try to sort out some weekend breaks ..

Re: Ryanair

by leics

Ryanair has to run its business through difficult economic times. I don't think there is any reason for cutting flights from Liverpool other than that either a) they do not carry enough traffic to be economically viable or b) there are issues with one or other of the airports (e.g. Perugia, from which Ryanair has withdrawn).

Ryanair routes, and those of other budget companies, have been stopped at various other airports over the years. It just means one may have to travel a bit further to find a budget flight to a specific place.

Have a look at to see carriers and, usually, cheapest fares from most places to most places.

Re: Ryanair

by taurean_traveller

I cannot visit my daughter in Rimini during Dec,Jan,Feb as Ryanair do not run flights at those times due to economic reasons.
They begin in March and go through to November.
Maybe it's a similar situation in Liverpool

Re: Ryanair

by cubsur

Yes, it's simple. There are not enough customers.

Re: Ryanair

by Manara

Taurean, you have no excuse for not visiting your daughter (or vice-versa): you can fly to Bologna and take the train to Rimini, it takes about one hour and costs just 8.40 euro :-)

About the original question, when Ryanair is involved the answer is always one: money.

Re: Ryanair

by planxty

I am with Anna Maria, if it is Ryanair it is money, end of story.

Re: Ryanair

by 43beckos

Jet 2 are doing the Pisa route from Manchester

Travel Tips for Liverpool

Views From Radio City

by steventilly

(Most of the pictures in this section were taken 20 years ago)
Here we're looking down on two of Liverpools finest buildings, St Georges hall and The Walker Art Gallery, both adjoining St. John's Gardens. St Georges Hall (at the right) is 'the finest example of Greco-Roman style in europe' and was built in 1854.

The Walker Art gallery was built as a gift from a former Lord Mayor of Liverpool and is one of the finest galleries outside of London. Amongst this cluster of buildings you can also find the Liverpool Museum and the William Brown Library.

Meet local VT'ers!

by hayward68

Fondest memory is definitely meeting up with VT'er Sandysmith and her hubby Dave and spending 4 days with them both at their home in the Wirral and in Wales. It was great getting to know them and they were wonderful enough to treat me to a stay in a beautiful country house hotel on a two day trip to Wales. We had lots of fun exploring the area and then climbed Mt Snowdon on Sandy's 40th birthday, that was quite an experience in itself. The climb, not Sandy's birthday! lol!
This pic is of Sandy and I peering down from the town wall in Conwy, Wales.
Cheers Sandy, you're a marvelous hostess!


by William1982

You can visit Goodison Park, or if your desperate (-; Anfield for a football stadium tour taking in trophies, history and the legendary dugout view.
Alternatively visit during the football season (mid August to mid May) and take in live game - if tickets are available.
Liverpool TIC can help with directions.

check for details of fixtures/ tours
check for details of fixtures/ tours

Visit the town of...

by margaretvn

Visit the town of Shrewsbury,
this is where the Naturalist Charles Darwin was born in 1809. He was born at 'The Mount'. His father was a doctor in the town. The house is still there on the A458. Darwin was baptised in St Chad's church. When Darwin was 9 years old he was sent to 'Dr Butler's great school in Shrewsbury' as a boarder. The school had been founded in 1552 and was still housed in 16th and 17th century buildings opposite the castle. Today the school is the town library and there is a bronze statue of its most famous scholar outside it. In Darwin's time the school was very primitive indeed - with 20-30 boys sharing a dormitory with a single window, damp beds and poor food. At school Darwin was very good at sport. His brother was very interested in Chemistry and Darwin was allowed to help with his 'experiments'. This fact became known at school and earned Darwin the nickname 'Gas'. In fact Dr Butler rebuked Darwin for wasting his time on useless subjects. An older man 'Mr Cotton' introduced Darwin to geology and showed him the 'well known boulder in the town of Shrewsbury called the Bellstone'. It can still be seen just inside the precincts of the Morris Hall opposite the entrance to the market. Darwin's parents are buried 4.5 miles west of Shrewsbury at Montford. Darwin died in 1882 aged 73 and is buried in Westminster Abbey. There is a Darwin Trail which is a lovely walk around the surrounds of Shrewsbury passing The Mount and the school - the map can be got from the tourist information centre in Shrewsbury.

Albert Dock

by William1982

For those visitors with a bit of money, the Albert Dock is the classier end of Liverpool nightlife, with prices to match!!! You'll find some good restaurants, good clubs and live performances here. Definitely smart dress


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