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since 26/06/2000


The Albert Dock, Liverpool 04/07/2000

An Oasis

The Albert Dock, Liverpool The Albert Dock is a welcome relief for shoppers. Parking is free and plentiful and the shops are far less crowded than the rest of Liverpool City centre. There are some lovely places to stop for a spot of lunch - for a more traditional slant there is the Pump House Pub and for those who like something with a more modern feel there is always the roomy, relaxing, Blues bar - perfect for chilling out after a hard afternoon shopping. The shops are generally slightly more expensive than in other places in Liverpool, but these shops are not the run-of-the-mill chain store variety, so the products are likely to be unique. Wherever you go in the Albert Dock you can enjoy the sea are and beautiful view of the harbour. The are also pleasure rides provided for anybody who wants to see the harbour at a more intimate level. All in all, the Albert Dock has something for everybody and is a welcome change for anyone who has had enough of battling their way through shopping centres on a Saturday. ...

Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool 26/06/2000

The heart of the City

Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool This has got to be a favorite part of the town for anybody who wants to get a taste of the character of Liverpool. It is set up outside the Blue Coat Chambers which hosts a variety of different events - from Drama examinations to book fates and Jazz concerts. Anybody and everybody can be found milling around, looking at the paintings that are displayed there for pleasure and sale. The display centre is situated just off Bold Street in the heart of the pedestrianised area and mixes the bohemian with the day-to-day in a delightful hybrid. ...

Rodney Street, Liverpool 26/06/2000

Harley Street of the North

Rodney Street, Liverpool This area is best known for its collection of private medical clinics. The buildings are large, stylish Victorian terrace houses within which can be found any number of private doctors - everything from Diet clinics to accident insurance reviewers. In spite of the high calibre reputation it must be remembered that any registered doctor is allowed to set up a clinic and it is always best to bear in mind that the private doctors are not necessarily any better than your local GP. Parking can be a problem in this area of town and as it is half way up a quite large hill comfy walking shoes may be needed to get from your parking space to Rodney Street. Central Station and Lime Street Station are about half a mile away and the walk from them to Rodney street is uphill the whole way. ...
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