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Manchester AIrport to Liverpool

by LB869

I'll be arriving in Manchester Airport on the 22nd Feb. Can somebody suggest me a cheap taxi/cab agency to fetch me up in MAN airport to Liverpool City Centre?

RE: Manchester AIrport to Liverpool

by Gillybob

Why not take the train (www.nationalrail.co.uk) or National Express (www.nationalexpress.co.uk) - either will be a lot cheaper than a taxi.

RE: RE: Manchester AIrport to Liverpool

by Britannia2

There is a train every 15 minutes in to Manchester Piccadily - change there for Liverpool Lime Street. Have a look at www.transpenninexpress.

RE: RE: Manchester AIrport to Liverpool

by LB869

I have extra luggages to bring which might pose me a difficulty if I use train. I've experienced using train last summer, it took me two hours (exchanging trains here and there)- due to the weather.

RE: RE: Manchester AIrport to Liverpool

by Gillybob

Then I would try Radio Cars on 0161 236 8033 (+44 and drop the leading zero if dialling internationally). I would anticipate the fare being easily in excess of £50 and possibly as much as £100 in a taxi.

Travel Tips for Liverpool

Danielle and the Yellow Submarine

by littlesam1

Danielle was once more a good sport and posed by another Beatles icon in Liverpool. Here she is by the Yellow Submarine sculpture. It is near the Prince Albert Docks and not far from the Superlambananna sculpture.

Football football

by William1982

Another local custom is to talk about football....non stop!!! You'll find these heated discussions everywhere, usually talking up the hopes and aspirations of the two teams, Everton and Liverpool. You'll also notice the red Liverpool shirts and blue Everton shirts on the city streets. The Everton shirts are rare, you won't see too many of these outside of the city......the peoples club!!!!

The Cemetery Surrounding the Liverpool Cathedral

by sticki

You'll miss it if you're not looking for it. There's a small gate near the entrance to the Liverpool Cathedral (the Anglican, not the Catholic) that goes down a little hill. This opens up to a vast and bizarre cemetery/park. There is even a healing spring flowing near one wall. It's a fascinating place to wander around, and there's a great view looking up at the cathedral.

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by 50939 about The Philharmonic

Here is the text of an "offical" flyer:

Affectionately known as 'The Phil; The Philharmonic Dining Rooms takes its name from the Philharmonic Half opposite. The pub, in its early clays, contained a restaurant on the first floor and was particularly used by gentlemen and their ladies attending the Philharmonic Hall concerts: There were facilities on the upper floor for coachmen waiting for their masters - cocoa was no doubt served to them rather than alcohol though!
The building was commissioned by Robert Cain & Son Brewery. It was designed and built by Walter `W Thomas, a brewery architect, between 1898 and 1900 a; a showpiece in the style of a gentleman's club.
The Phil' represents a dazzling piece of Victorian flamboyance and has been described as 'the most ornate pub in England' and 'the most lavish pub in Britain. John Lennon, when asked i f there was a downside to fame, remarked: "yeah, not going to The Phil anymore".
The Liverpool Heritage Bureau has described the pub as 'a magnificent Arc Nouveau confection o f stepped gables, turrets, balconies and orioles.' The artist, Frank Norbury, undertook much of the scone carving. In the Grande Lounge, formerly the Billiard Room, decorative plaster work called The Murmur o f the Sea' depicts Apollo with two female companions. There is also a decorative plaster frieze that runs around the room and caryatids - these were all designed by Charles John Allen.
The pub is perhaps most famous for its extravagant gentleman's toilet, with marble wash basins copper taps and exquisite, glazed urinals. It has become the tradition to allow ladies to view the toilet, providing they get permission to do so first! The two side rooms are called Brahms and Liszt a reminder o f the past when musical evenings were held in the Grande Lounge.
The Philharmonic Hall is home of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Choir and Society The original hall of the society was built in the 1840's but after a disastrous fire in 1933 it was demolished. The present hall was opened in 1939. Open:
Mo-Sa 12 midday - 11pm
Su 12 midday - 10.30pm
Food:
Mo-Fr 12midday - 6pm
Sa/Su 12midday - 3pm

PARKING

by sabsi

There's a big carpark next to Albert and King's Dock. Parking is not free anymore here. But still it's a good place to get rid of your car and explore the city on foot as there is a lot of space here. You pay approx. 1 Pound for an hour here.

What we did when we tried to get rid of our rental car was to park the car in deep suburbia of Aigburth Road (The road leading to the airport into town). We took bus no. 82 into town from here. Busses run frequently and there's enough spaces along the road to park the car.

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