4 days LIVERPOOL - Port Sunlight, Beatles, Cathedrals, Yellow submarine...

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4 days LIVERPOOL 13th-16th June £557.00

ITINERARY
13th June: Day 1
Dept London Euston 11.07
Arrive: Liverpool Lime Street 13.20

Anne and I will meet you at the station and we'll get taxis to the hotel.
Arrive IBIS hotel 13.45 overlooking the famous Albert Docks

Rest…..have a little food and get to know each other

15.00 Go to our rooms, unpack and relax
16.00 Tour round the Albert Docks with Dee
During the 1980s and 1990s the Albert Dock underwent significant redevelopment. It remains, however, the largest collection of Grade One Listed buildings in the U.K. UNESCO World heritage waterfront at the Albert Dock
The Albert Dock presently houses the Maritime Museum, The Beatles Story, the Liverpool Tate gallery and numerous bars and restaurants.
18.45 Walk to restaurant for an early supper together Britannia Pavillion Albert Dock,

Games with Anne if you're not too tired!

14th June: Day 2
10.30 - 14.30
Tour of Liverpool with local guide to include the 2 cathedrals…

15.30 - After lunch free afternoon
Some suggestions:
World Museum: The Tudors: Passion, Power and Politics - must be booked online in advance
Ferry trip over the Mersey
Tate Gallery Liverpool
Liver buildings
Downtown LIverpool
Open air bus tour

I've booked us in for supper in Liverpools most 'famous' restaurant, Grade I building, in downtown Liverpool!

15th June: Day3
Port Sunlight Day
Port Sunlight contains 900 Grade II listed buildings, and was declared a conservation area in 1978. It was put forward for UNESCO status and this may well still happen.

Supper out together…(not included)

16th June: Day 4
After breakfast, let's leave on a high and visit The Beatles Story which is across the road from the hotel! Tickets are included.
On average we will need about 2/3 hours to get around it all. Well that has been my experience with other groups!

We could meet up back at the hotel about 13.00 so we can share our last meal together. Trains run regularly so please book any train that suits you and stay as long as you'd like on Thursday as the hotel will look after our bags for us.

Price per person: £557 for 4 days…
Includes:
Double room ensuite with single occupancy
Full English buffet breakfast
Supper Monday evening
Walking tour with local historian
Walking tour with Dee

Walking tour round Port Sunlight
Transport to Port Sunlight
Entry to Port Sunlight
Entry to the Beatles Story Exhibition
Zoom social presentation with Anne on Port Sunlight before we leave
Evening entertainment with Anne
Meetup Fees and full services of your 45+ Not Grumpy leaders
This trip is designed specifically for a small group of 8/12 people.

Not included:
Return travel, other meals, gratuities & insurance
Train tickets are now very reasonable so we advise getting your tickets as soon as possible.

Contact Anne anne@45notgrumpy.com or Dee dee@45notgrumpy.com

07976 069922

Non refundable deposit of £50 Balance before the 21st May please

Please email us so we can keep you informed of everything going on and when the presentation will be on offer. Do not hesitate to contact us should you need any further information.

Event Date Mon 13-06-2022 10:00 am
Event End Date Thu 16-06-2022 2:00 pm
Capacity 12
Registered 1
Individual Price £50.00
Hosted By Anne Galloway
Members Restrictions Open To All Members
Meeting Place Location Liverpool Lime street station
Categories HOLIDAYS, Art , Culture, History, Presentation, Social, Talk, Walk,Lunch,Museum,Relaxing
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