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  1. Forgot to mention . Take a tour round the Royal Liver building, one of the three graces. It’s only just opened, and well worth a visit. It’s a 2 minute walk away....
  2. We have booked with See Orkney, having explored the options. We could have had private tours but the cost was prohibitive.
  3. Both the Lakes and the best parts of North Wales are quite a trek. Snowdonia (better in my opinion than the Lakes) would be 1 and a half hours and the Lakes 2 hours, and that’s assuming no hold ups either way. If you’ve not been to Liverpool before, stick to looking at the city - 2 cathedrals, St George’s Hall, iconic waterfront, Beatles museum, Anfield tour. If you have been before, think about Chester. 40 minutes from James Street Station, trains every 15 minutes.....
  4. As a proud Scouser, the hop on/off bus will give a good feel of the city. Some magnificent buildings to visit (2 cathedrals, St George’s Hall), plus the iconic waterfront with the Liverpool and Beatles museums. So much to see so you may not have enough time.....
  5. Thanks for your replies. Most helpful. l meant to say that we had booked tours both days, not nights.....
  6. I understand that the berth is a little way from the city centre. As we have booked tours both nights we are there, we were hoping to visit the city centre after dinner on the night we stay there. Are shuttle buses provided and do they run all evening? Thanks in anticipation.
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