semper said:Liverpool is a good 'un to start with, we have three centres all not too far from each other, they also cater to different tastes, Mount Pleasant with famous Philharmonic Pub and its Famous marble stone Toilet, then there is Matthew Street Pubs all in the former warehouses and of course the Famous Caverns where the beatles started and is still popular, especially with tourists, best go in when there is a live band on, using the same stage as the beatles used.
then there is Bold street which has the Krazy house if you are into all that, the 104 Pool Bar and Arena bar when you get off the central bus station in Queens Square, you will find loads of pubs and restaurants there like Rat and Parrot, Yates, La tasca etc , you will not go short of anywhere to go and being a Maritime city, everything is orientated towrd the river people tend to gravitate in that direction for nightlife.
I also recommend a Pub attached to a Brewery ! The Pump House and Cains Brewery the tour is worth the money for Â£3.50 you get a tour, Two free pints and a Buffet, booking essential but worth it. bargain !!
guide to pubs of Liverpool
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Lucky_Jim said:I lived in Guildford when the 1970s bombs went off. It was an interesting time. I heard the blasts from where I lived and was roped in as a suspect. Apparently I looked liked one of them.