Discussion in 'SMB' started by girojim, Mar 13, 2012.
Must be a few memorials to visit, candlelit vigils, that sort of thing.
An old yellow Sunbeam....
Take a stroll down Penny Lane, go visit the famous Strawberry Fields or if you've got time you can train to be a Paperback Writer.
Go for a pint in the Baltic Fleet down by Albert Dock
Go to Manchester on the train and have a day there
hate to say it but the buildings itself makes sunderland look like a shit hole. been modernised hugely.
just got back yesterday after spending the weekend with our lass (no).
its the people that let the place down.
we were sat in one of the main wetherspoons and a random scruffy homeless guy walked in asking everyone for money.
theres a few places thats good to go.
we went to aloha cocktail bar which is hidden away and bought an 8quid cocktail that was made up of all spirits (no coke or lemonade). they also do pina colada's in actual frozen pineapples.
great nightlife and taxis are cheap as fuck (get Delta taxis and NOT the black cabs as she knows a few people whos been attacked by the black cab drivers)
Liverpool One has been revamped and is quite tidy, plenty of bars etc.
open air bus tour round the town should show you the highlights or places of interest.
Thursday nights were always grab a granny night at the Grafton, ask rooney on twitter he might be able to confirm if its still the same !
The Grafton is shut I think
Anywhere around Seel Street is generally decent. All free to get in and most of the bars are open till 3/4.
been disappointed in manchester - I'm looking forward to getting home in the morning
Look for the nearest exit.
All joking aside, Liverpool is one of the best nights out in the country. I'm there a couple of times a month as my in-laws are Scousers. Any of you going for Saturday night will have a great time
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