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Half term next week and thinking of bringing the kids to Liverpool Friday to do stadium and museum tours. 9 year old son has been Anfield before but my daughter 11 really wants to do the tour and see it.

 

Wanting to know please areas to stay for the night and ideally halal places to eat close by.

 

Oh and mosque if possible, where Salah and Mane go for Friday prayer ;)

 

Thanks.

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Mane goes to penny lane mosque I think.

 

Best area to stay is the city centre or southern suburbs, don’t stay near anfield it’s not the best.

 

Not sure about the best halal options, there are plenty in town though, you won’t struggle.

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Do your kids like ‘water?’

And do you parents like ‘luxury?’

 

Great, then book a fancy suite, or lock the little monsters in their own room

at the Crowne Plaza on the Strand or the Radisson more or less opposite as both have decent pools and gyms

L1 shopping centre is nearby so there’ll be multiple opportunities for consumption ( shops, restaurants and the Odeon)

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Half term next week and thinking of bringing the kids to Liverpool Friday to do stadium and museum tours. 9 year old son has been Anfield before but my daughter 11 really wants to do the tour and see it.

Wanting to know please areas to stay for the night and ideally halal places to eat close by.

Oh and mosque if possible, where Salah and Mane go for Friday prayer ;)

Thanks.

Bakchich is great good value food and halal, 2 places in town.

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Bakchich is great good value food and halal, 2 places in town.

It is good... The Bold St restaurant is much better than the Williamson Square one

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They’re quite good but if you’re already used to eating good food from that region then it’s nothing special, although it’s a nice place and good service tbf

 

Anyone eaten on Lodge Lane, apart from Kebabish/OK Kebab?

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It is good... The Bold St restaurant is much better than the Williamson Square one

Yes, defo. More of a fast food vibe at Williamson square

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Best going to al-Rahma mosque on Hatherley St if you don’t know where the Penny Lane one is

but Penny Lane is quite famous

 

is that mosque like the bar in town where you have to text them to get a code to get in, and use a secret door like Mr Benn?

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but Penny Lane is quite famous

 

is that mosque like the bar in town where you have to text them to get a code to get in, and use a secret door like Mr Benn?

It’s just not actually on Penny Lane is all, it’s round the back of this and that and if he’s going in a cab the driver mightn’t know what he’s looking for

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It’s just not actually on Penny Lane is all, it’s round the back of this and that and if he’s going in a cab the driver mightn’t know what he’s looking for

 

 

Unless the cab driver wears a fez, like the shopkeeper in Mr Benn

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Unless the cab driver wears a fez, like the shopkeeper in Mr Benn

do you mean a magic Fez that knows the way?

my knowledge of the history of the Ottoman empire and Attaturk and all that is a bit hazy but wouldn't wearing a Fez indicate that the cabbie is less likely to know Penny Lane mosque?

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Thanks for suggestions.. I’ll be driving up to Liverpool so will have transport to go where ever needed.

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Thanks for suggestions.. I’ll be driving up to Liverpool so will have transport to go where ever needed.

 

Cramond Ave is the penny lane one

Hatherley/Mulgrave St for the main big un

Brougham Terrace for the oldest masjid in the Uk

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Cramond Ave is the penny lane one

Hatherley/Mulgrave St for the main big un

Brougham Terrace for the oldest masjid in the Uk

Thanks all, might just go to the Cramond Avenue one. Novotel city centre booked Friday night and stadium/museum for Saturday morning.

The Lebanese food place looks good and walking distance so Friday night dinner sorted.

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