Miss LexusAnfield Stadium-the home stadium of the Liverpool team, one of the 4 stadiums in this trip. It is also my husband’s favorite team. For the first time, I mainly asked for a photo. As a pseudo-fan, I was inexplicably excited when I saw the team's slogan "You'll never walk alone"! [fist]
Lavender and SunIt is worth a visit. There are 145 kinds of amusement facilities, which attract 7 million tourists every year. The amusement facilities here are divided into several categories. You can buy tickets of different categories. If you book online in advance, it will be more cost-effective!
M43***62Spent an afternoon here with my family and loved it. Any aspect of the history of Liverpool you would wish to know about is covered in this huge venue. Well laid out exhibits which work well for kids and adults. The transport and social/health areas were particular highlights for us. Clean, well ventilated and never felt at all crowded so a good pick for an outing in these times of covid.
GeorgezouThe Liverpool World Museum exhibits collections in various fields including nature, history, science and other themes, and has an aquarium, an insect museum, and a planetarium. From living bugs to Egyptian mummies, from prehistoric pottery to space exploration, everyone can find something suitable for them, especially suitable for children to visit. There are various interactive exhibitions, especially the biological museum, which has various models. .
Liverpool Guild of StudentsLiverpool,United Kingdom
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Famous the beautiful views, the 24/7 service, and their classic duck & waffle combo - @duckandwaffle has brought some new additions to the table 💃🏻
We were kindly invited to check out the new menu devised by chef @elliottgrover. Favourites were the beautifully seasoned John Dory, and THAT decadent truffle cheese soufflé - check them out yourself👌🏻
🧀Twice baked keens cheddar soufflé - £14 (with parmesan sauce and shaved truffle, £18.0)
🍂 Pine cone panna cotta (off-menu)
🐟 South West Deeps John Dory - £38.0
🥩40 day aged rib of beef - £44.0
🌰Nut roast wellington - £18.0
🦞Lobster roll - £9.0
Portuguese small plate situation at @bardouro’s new City branch in Broadgate 🍷
As expected: delicious food, brilliant wines - just like their original branch in Flat Iron Square Southwark. The Garlic prawns were divine, make sure you order extra bread to soak up all that sauce! Finish up with a warm pastel de nata and the most delicious cinnamon ice cream 🤩
On the table:
👉🏻Salt Cod Hash (£6)
👉🏻Pata negra ham (£14)
👉🏻Garlic Prawn (£12)
👉🏻Iberico Pork Cheeks (£14)
👉🏻Croquetes de alheira (£5)
👉🏻Fried Eel (£9)
👉🏻Almond Tart (£5)
👉🏻Pastel de Nata (£4.5)
Liverpool is famous for The Beatles, Albert Dock, and an almost impossible accent to understand. The night life is wild and the city is old industrial style beautiful. Liverpool is the nitty gritty northern lifestyle you see glamorised in British movies. A city truly worth visiting at least once in your lifetime.
went to LFC to catch a football match + signed up for the museum tour. - do note that museum tour on game days do not include player changing room (sadly) and usually are very crowded.
didn’t really have a choice since we were only there for the game so I cramped everything together ): however, the tours were excellent and guides were very funny.
Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in Merseyside, England. Its population in 2019 was approximately 498,042, making it the tenth-largest English district by population. Liverpool's metropolitan area is the fifth-largest in the UK with a population of 2.24 million.
Liverpool is on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary and historically lay within the ancient hundred of West Derby in North West England's county of Lancashire. It became a borough in 1207, a city in 1880, and a county borough independent of Lancashire in 1889. Its growth as a major port was paralleled by the expansion of the city throughout the Industrial Revolution. Along with general cargo, freight, and raw materials such as coal and cotton, merchants were involved in the slave trade. In the 19th century, Liverpool was a major port of departure for English and Irish emigrants to North America. It was also home to both the Cunard and White Star Lines, and was the port of registry of the ocean liners RMS Titanic, RMS Lusitania, RMS Queen Mary, and RMS Olympic.
At the dino exhibit at the World Museum in Liverpool. Ever since, I loved dinosaurs. I started memorizing their names at a very young age. So when I visited the world museum, i know I should not miss this. I love their exhibit. although the actual fossils can be counted by hand, there are a lot of replicas across the exhibit.
The Beattles Sculpture in Liverpool. It’s a must see when you’re in the city. These bronze statues of the four Beatles is created by sculptor Andy Edwards & unveiled in the year 2015. A lot of tourists were waiting in line to take photos of the statue. It’s a good thing that we came in first. The area is also very spacious a it’s surrounded by picturesque buildings.
At the Weston Discovery Centre, World Museum. Got to see a lot of objects from different cultures all over the world. From historical relics to present day objects. You can even touch some of the artifacts on display.
Boer War Memorial in St John's Gardens, Liverpool. This memorial commemorates the brave residents of Liverpool who gave their lives during the Anglo-Boer War or South African War. Just walking around the city brought me to a lot of historical places.