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Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by baltic_2005

Hi,

I'm planning on visiting Liverpool on my way up to Scotland this weekend. I am travelling by motorbike. Is it safe to park up overnight?? It's only a 125 but no elaborate security on it. I'll be in New Brighton, Wallasey.

One more question. Is there a ferry from Wallasey to Liverpool? If so where does this go from?

Thanks,

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by mamawinnie

http://www.merseyferries.co.uk/


This might help. I know you can get the ferry Liverpool side just in front of the Liver buildings.

I will make no comment about leaving your bike as I would not like to upset any Scousers out there, but with any motor vehicle in any city it could be taken.

Where are you planning on staying ? I would try and get secured parking or your trip might be ruined.

Joolz

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by bonio

I'd imagine the red side of Scouseland is upset enough tonight, so, be careful I had my car stolen in Liverpool a few years ago, the city has a bad reputation for such events.

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by mamawinnie

Oh do you mean the OWN GOAL ?

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by henry14

If the ferry times dont suit you (the direct service only runs during the peak commuter times, outside of that crossing is part of a river cruise) you could always travel through the tunnel to get to Liverpool from Wallasey:

http://www.merseytravel.org/information_access-guide_mersey-tunnels.html

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by Rosstipha

Dont think your allowed to use the ferry with a motorbike, Wallasey's pretty safe place (unless your stopping in Seacombe) but I wouldnt leave the bike out... that said id be no more worried about leaving it there than anywhere else in the UK. There isnt any secure car parks in Wallasey as far as I know just open pay and display places which only charge from 9-5 near the shopping precict in Liscard.

Its free to take a bike through the tunnel, so you may aswell go that way.

Oh and by the way people of the Wirral are not scousers!

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by mamawinnie

Stands corrected but would like to know who and what is a scouser in that case.

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by Rosstipha

Scouser is somebody who lives in Liverpool, the Wirral is not part of Liverpool. Its accross the river from Liverpool, but the scousers dont wanna call us scousers and we dont wanna be called it. We all love each other but we aint the same.
Before the goverment introduced the whole Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Humberside, Greater London farce, we were Cheshire (as my post code still states) and Liverpool was Lancashire.

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by mamawinnie

Aaah gotcha.

Re: Safe to park bike?? / Wallasey ferry

by baltic_2005

Hi,

Thanks for the replies. Yes people in Liverpool still have a sense of humour. I stayed Liverpool side up market, Premier Inn Albert Dock, due to lack of accomm available Wirral side. Went through the tunnel - old one, free for motorbikes :)

Travel Tips for Liverpool

A great day out from Manchester

by jayhawk2000

The decades since Liverpool's heyday as one of the greatest ports in the British Empire have not been kind, but lately this city has been on the rebound.

Many of its art galleries and museums are FREE. This includes the newly refurbished Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool Museum, Maritime Museum, Museum of Liverpool Life and the Conservation Centre in the city centre. See the monumental waterfront with its historical connections to the Titanic, the ferry across the Mersey, plus the renovated Albert Dock (pictured) with its Tate gallery and shops.

The pedestrianised city centre has the Cavern Club (where The Beatles first performed) and a wall of fame showing the Liverpool acts that have had number one songs. Throw in two massive cathedrals and many fine Victorian pubs and you've got yourself a grand day out!

City centre

by sandysmith

The main shopping area is always a lively, bustling place and recently many sculptures can be discovered - such as this prancing horse - as Liverpool aims to be the "capital of culture" ahead of many other cities such as Newcastle. As always the tower dominated the city centre skyline.

The Waterfront Memorials

by Rachael71

Along Pier Head, a short walk from Albert Dock, are a series of memorials commemorating acts of bravery during the second world war. There are memorials to the Merchant Navy, the Belgian Royal Navy, and staff from the Cunard line who lost their lives. Pictured is the memorial to Captain Johnnie Walker, who masterminded the Battle of the Atlantic from Liverpool. The memorials are a moving reminder of the part the city and its people played during the war.

Department Store

by darkjedi about Lewis's

Lewis’s was founded in 1856 by London-born entrepreneur David Lewis, who arrived in the city in 1839.

The Beatles played on the roof of the store on November 28 1962, and a young Paul McCartney worked there as a temp during the 1950s. It became a regular meeting place for John Lennon and his then girlfriend Cynthia Powell who would gather by the famous naked man Jacob Epstein statue, Liverpool Resurgent.

Lewis's, famous for Jacob Epstein's nude male statue, towering above the front entrance, is probably the most famous department store in Liverpool and is a well-known meeting place for courting couples.

Labels such as Oasis, Kookai, Coast, Morgan, Warehouse and Principles are being joined by Vicky Martin, Betty Barclay, Jane Shilton, Ellie Grey and Radley.

The 'statue exceedingly bare' is celebrated in the song 'In My Liverpool Home' made popular by The Spinners.

Monthly Trance Party

by hamouras about Zanzi Bar

Good club for Dance, Trance and House music. Also once per month (usually first or second saturday of month) hosts the Alien Resonance party, (local group of DJ's) with Fast Psychedelic Trance and Hard House. Fridays usually plays Indy music, while Saturdays is usually Dance night (mostly mainstream).

This was long time ago though so i'm not sure if they still do it. No dress code applied.

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