The Stuff We Can't Fit In Somewhere Else in Liverpool, Merseyside*
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The Stuff We Can't Fit In Somewhere Else
- buy more designer vinyl toys and i dont mean dildo and sex toys... also look out for the new peppermint pigs album next year
- There's a church in Netherton (Liverpool) which is a bit mad and prob the main place to hang out (at least on Thursdays.) Andy who helped get the skate park going by Southport Pier goes sometimes. On Fleetwoods Lane. www.emmanuelnetherton.org
- Under the events heading, please amend the post code for the Cycle Fair at Walton Sports Centre. It should be L4 9XP.
- I MISS LIVERPOOL!
- If you're a student and need foreign foods try Mattas on Bold Street. A really good selection and pretty cheap too.
- ask for mountain bike trails i would like to find some down hill in this big city of ours(liverpool)
- Central Library near St Georges Hall offers Internet Access terminals free just as you walk in the door. Available to vistors and not just residents.
- liverpool is amazing, forget the sterotypes and come and see for your self!!!
- DEATH BALL!!!!!!
My mates and I lay our claim to fame on inventing one of the best street games this century (being in the last 2 years). Deathball uses:
1 - Rugby Ball (availabe from the Donnay Shop, Paridise Street)
2 - Lots of players (as many as you want)
3 - a big flat area with lamposts etc.. at either end (the courts is the best)
The aim is to score by getting the ball to the opposing teams goalpost (lamp post or other suitable thing). You can do anything aslong as it doesn't use - Weapons
- Formule One Hotel - dreadful. We arrived to find they want £50 cash deposit per person (we weren't told that when we booked) and if you are noisy or another person in your party is noisy, breathes or trashes the room you ALL loose your deposit. Disgraceful or wot?!
- I am trying to trace my late fathers paternal family. His father was Thomas William Berry born 25 December 1888 he died on 25 December 1914. His parents were Daniel Berry a book-keeper and Margaret Emily Berry nee Peers they lived at 6 Wilson Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool.
- Q:What do you say to a scouser in a BMW?
Q:What do you call a scouser in a mansion?
- The riverfront in front of the Liver building is beautiful at 6.00 on a summer morning when waiting for a ferry.
- Watch out for professional beggars and that. They're ruining the city centre, but the police have apparently launched a crackdown on these paracites of modern society.
- All the obvious Beatles nonsense form the musem on Albert Dock to the re-constructed
Cavern club on Mathew Street (avoid the place at night) - there's also tons
of pubs down there like Lennons, Rubber Soul etc thought the only good one is The Grapes
- invicta hi-fi is an underground pop label based in liverpool. check it out at http://www.invictahifi.co.uk
- Visitors to Liverpool are guaranteed to like it, especially the people.
Of course, everywhere south of Liverpool (apart from the Wirral) is inferior to everything north - a day or two in Southport can be fun - especially to laugh at the Manc wannabes.
- FOR WRITERS AND POETS. The ideal venue for visiting scribes is the Liverpool Central Library, William Brown St (between the Museum and the Walker Art Gallery).
THE INKLINGS(one of Merseyside's premier - well, we think so - writers groups) meets here every Wednesday in the Roscoe room. 1pm to 3pm.
Visitors welcome (real time & on-line). Web site: http://www.mersinet.co.uk/harry
- Q. What do you call people that have never been to Liverpool, who think all Scousers (Espcially those in suits) are robbers?
A. Brainwashed by the media and unable to make up their own opinions.
- Oxfam in Bold Street! Classiest clothes store in town....?
- Of course you had the Beatles and they live on. Visit the Docks where Richard and Judy are (or were). Take a trip on the Magical Mystery Tour. Go on the ferry across the Mersey. Visit Mathew Street in Town where you have great pubs and nightlife... The Cavern club, Johns's bar, The Cavern etc. Great nightlife in Liverpool... especially in the town centre.
- What do you call a scouse in a suit? -- The accused
- Good hotels are TRIALS (no evening resaturant tho') and the new CREST PLAZA; the Moat house seems to have gone downhill recently; The Atlantic was never up the hill! Liverpool still has pubs which have middle-aged people in them out for a drink and a chat and no loud music!!! I thought that you weren't allowed in a pub now if you were over the age of 19!!!
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