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Football Field
Usma KOld Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,643,[1] it is the largest club football stadium in the United Kingdom, the second-largest football stadium, and the eleventh-largest in Europe.[2] It is about 0.5 miles (800 m) from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram stop.EA LIFE or explore LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre? Add in Namco Funscape, Laser Quest and Aerial Extreme and visitors will have an action-packed weekend! And when hunger strikes visitors will be spoilt for choice with over 60 amazing restaurants including new additions Bill’s, Five Guys, LEON and wagamama.The Trafford Centre, Trafford Blvd, Stretford, Manchester M17 8AA
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Kavitha SubramaniamHome to a thriving Chinese community, Chinatown is a great place to visit and especially accessible from the bus and tram stations in the city centre.
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School
juki235Manchester University is the third largest university in Britain. It is a comprehensive university combining traditional and modern. The size of the university is very large, and it occupies almost the whole city of 1/3. There are both historic medieval English buildings and modern teaching buildings and facilities. The cultural background is very deep. Manda is very popular with Chinese students, especially the business school, which is one of the most popular schools in China.
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Football Field
Pamela & Colin DickinsonI have been a City supporter most of life. The cottage is just 50 minutes south drive along the motorway to the Etihad Stadium! So this is a great place to stay when you want to take in a LIVE football match...no matter who you support in the North. The area is a true CITYUNITED!!
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City Hall
Kavitha SubramaniamIt's hard to not stop and stare at the Town Hall with its Neo-Gothic architectural elements (all the more easy to do thanks to benches all around Albert Square). Not bad for a building that houses several local government departments!
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Museum
M43***62Very helpful staff, Alan was a font of knowledge and told us some great tales. Lots to see and, we loved the interactive penalty shoot out.Only downside was the cafe that didn’t have much of a selection and was quite pricey.

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About Manchester

Manchester, located in northwest England, Is the United Kingdom 's second the most populous urban area, with a population of 2 1/2 million. You know that cliche image you conjure up of Manchester and the dreary old north of England? Forget the smoke-filled skies and rowdy fans of football (aka soccer to Yanks). Actually Keep the rowdy footballer image, but replace smokestacks and gray skies with outdoor patio bars along brick-lined canals, up-and-coming indie rock bands playing in hipper-than-thou clubs and an international mix of university students, immigrants, and Brits escaping the anonymity of London to enjoy it all. In one evening, you can dine at a restaurant in Chinatown or go for a curry on Curry Mile, catch a performance at one of Manchester's 22 major concert halls and theaters, and end the night with a drink in the lively Gay Village (the vast LGBT community's main drag welcomes all Mancunians and visitors). Mancunians do love their football, and both Manchester United and Manchester City draw huge crowds. From warehouse hotels to city center hostels, sleeping well (and cheaply ) is easy about Manchester.

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