Luggage and bags:
IF YOU SEEM TO BUY TO MANY BEATLES ITEMS..THERE IS ALWAYS THE POST OFFICE TO SEND THEM HOME....
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: LIVERPOOL CAN BE A BIT COLD IN THE WINTER AND ESPECIALLY IF YOU DON'T LIVE IN COLD WEATHER. LIVERPOOL SEEMS EVEN COLDER!!!!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: SOME BANDAGES CAN NOT HURT TO CARRY AROUND..THEY CAN COME IN HANDY!!
Photo Equipment: A LOT OF FILM OR BATTERIES !!! DON'T MISS THOSE GREAT PLACES !!!
Miscellaneous: KEEP A SMILE ..EVEN IF IT IS SNOWING OR RAINING!!!???:)
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Waterproof clothing is essential, not quite as bad as Manchester, but Liverpool does have its fair share of rain. Plus you get that ever changing weather. If you step out in shorts and t shirt it's guaranteed to rain within 20 minutes!!!
Luggage and bags:
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.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Good walking shoes are a must...as is a warm jacket and water proof gear...
Warm clothes. And an umbrella. And a raincoat. And a backup umbrella for when someone steals your first one.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Usual stuff.
Photo Equipment: Film and cameras are comparable to at home, so don't worry if you need to buy stuff there. Be careful with expensive camera equipment, though. First, keep an eye on it. Second, try to keep it dry.
Bring any combination of clothing that will go from cool, cloudy weather to bright sunshine. We had both on the trip to Liverpool. The trip to Wales required hiking boots and appropriate attire for climbing mountains. Raingear is also essential for those times when the skies open up above you :-S
Photo Equipment: A good zoom lens to try and get a pic of those Liver Birds!
Miscellaneous: Bring along a friend (Sandy) who knows the area and can show you the sights!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Take your warm jacket! It can be very cold, with a biting wind coming straight in off the Mersey. Travelling from Chester, less than an hour's train journey away, I quickly learned that it was always a good few degrees colder when you got off the train! So don't forget to wrap up warm!!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Rain gear for sure! I was there for 3 weeks and the only day it didn't rain, it snowed. Your umbrella better be a good one as I personally experienced wind gusts of 90 miles per hour on the western Wales coast.