Lyndhurst & Erlscote Serviced Apartments

Address: Lyndhurst Road, Mossely Hill, Liverpool, Greater Liverpool, England, L18 8AU, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mossley Hill area of Liverpool, is near 20 Forthlin Road - McCartney Home, Sudley House, Calderstones Park, and Liverpool Cricket Club.
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Travel Blogs from Liverpool

A stay at the airport

A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on Apr 12, 2015

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Final day to get sorted, packing, organising and saying goodbyes. Kerry had a farewell meal with the famalam, Sunday roast as this won't be found easily in Asia. Will last minute.com stressing packing and sorting everything else out too!! Wills first time travelling so we will let him off. I ...

Arrived safely

A travel blog entry by faye69 on Apr 08, 2015

Arrived safely after a great flight from Australia. Traveled business class with Singapore and get 10/10 for service and great food. Transferred to Lufthansa and again good service but beds not as comfortable. First day just wandered around Manchester and got our bearings. Busy place and very industrial. Stayed at the Crowne Plaza and loved it very central just walked to everything. ...

On Our Last Legs

A travel blog entry by roadmonkey on Jul 01, 2014

... settling up with the car, I walked back to Gateway Lodge. We settled in. We had to figure out where to eat so we started walking to a restaurant called The Carvery when we were driving in. We finally got there... things are further than you think when you have to walk. Dinner was fantastic... It was served sort of cafeteria style. At the beginning, a chef ...

First Day of 2014!!

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Jan 01, 2014

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... the biggest ships of the day, up to 1,000 tons cargo capacity, it symbolises Liverpool's 19th century greatness as a port of world importance. However, after 1890, trade declined as the dock could not provide deep enough water to accommodate the new steamships, leaving it largely disused until its closure in 1972.Today, the Albert Dock is the largest group of grade one listed buildings in the ...

I Love You, Yeah Yeah! Yeah!

A travel blog entry by sandraking on Jul 21, 2013

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... my own. This is a definite ‘must-see’ for anyone visiting Liverpool and having even the slightest interest in music and the Beatles.

No prize for guessing that you end up by walking through the Gift Shop and no prize for guessing that I bought a couple of small things.

Once finished, I had time to enjoy a cup of coffee before starting the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour. There were about 40 of us on a coach and we spent two enjoyable ...