Ich bin Paul2901 aus Liverpool. Ich bin Qyper seit dem 19.01.2010
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14 Paradise Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 8JF
Great cinema, but you do pay for it. If only the chain cinemas would be realistic about pricing a drink of Coke. I'd use this cinema much more if I could take my kids without it costing me 40 pounds a go. Really good, but not too often.
Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 4FP
If monkeysock thinks this is the worst venue in England he can't have been to any others.
Very good brand new venue, well worth going to. It has issues getting away after the gig, but where doesn't. Staff are helpful, humourous and you'll have a good night out. There are going to be a lot more big names coming to this venue.
Lime Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 1JJ
This building is another example of Liverpool's tremendous architecture. Impressive from the outside, it is simply astounding on the inside. If you get a chance take the guided tour.
Leece Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 2TR
Destroyed by the Luftwaffe in the Liverpool Blitz in May 1941, this "Burned out Church" has stood as a testament to scousers' resilience for nearly seventy years. A very well known landmark for Liverpudlians and a source of curiosity for visitors. Well worth a walk round and a few minutes reflection.
Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 5TQ
Architects throughout the world were invited in 1960 to design a Cathedral for Liverpool which would relate to the existing Crypt, be capable of construction within five years, cost at the current prices no more than one million pounds for its shell, and most important of all, express the new spirit of the liturgy then being radically reformulated by the Second Vatican Council.
Of 300 entries from all over the world, Sir Frederick Gibberd's (1908-1984) design was chosen, and building began in October 1962. Less than five years later, on the Feast of Pentecost, 14 May 1967, the completed Cathedral was consecrated. The Papal Legate at the consecration, most appropriately, was His Eminence John Carmel Cardinal Heenan, Archbishop of Westminster, who had been succeeded as Archbishop of Liverpool three years earlier by George Andrew Beck.
This is an exceptional building, completely different from the Anglican Cathedral, which was started to be built in a different time. People who say this Cathedral is ugly have obviously never been inside it on a quiet sunny day. A must see for any visitor or resident of Liverpool.
Liverpool, Merseyside L1 7AZ
In 1904 King Edward VII laid the Foundation Stone in the presence of 7,000 people. Crippling inflation made the completion of the building a difficult task but in October 1978 Queen Elizabeth II attended the service to mark the completion of the largest Cathedral in Britain.
This is the sixth largest cathedral in the world and is just under half the size of St Peter's Basilica in Rome (The world's largest Cathedral). It is only when you get close to this building that you realise just how big it is.
The cathedral also has the highest and heaviest peal of church bells in the world. (67m/219feet) (31.5 tonnes/31tons)
There are two pipe organs in Liverpool Cathedral. The Grand Organ is the largest in the UK and probably the largest operational organ in the world. The Grand Organ has 10,268 pipes
There is also a lovely cafe for scones and tea after a gentle amble around the huge interior marvelling at the incredible architecture.
Well worth an afternoon's sightseeing.
smithdown road Marine Terrace, Liverpool, Merseyside L22 5PR
Well furnished and maintaining classy, medium sized shoreside Hotel. The food is of a good standard, and the bar is quiet, relaxed and a great place for an evening drink after a walk up Crosby beach.
4 Crown Buildings, Liverpool Road, Liverpool, Merseyside L23 5SR
Good bar in Crosby village. Has a good atmosphere and a wide selection of clientele. Probably the best bar in Crosby village. Also has real ales.
5 Back Lane, Little Crosby , Liverpool, Merseyside L23 4UA
CHET is a friendly and exciting place that provides many different services to schools and charities. My daughter has been there a number of times with her schools and loves seeing the horses.
Crosby Beach, Crosby, Liverpool, Merseyside L23
Marvellous and mysterious installation.It is amazing to live near to this great piece of art. Each time you walk along Crosby beach the conditions are different, rain, snow, mist, sunset, frost. All add to the inspiring sight of these figures gazing out to sea towards the distant peaks of Snowdonia. Very thought provoking and emotive.