On the list are the usual tourist venues of London and Edinburgh but also the likes of Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool too.
Liverpool is of course probably best known for the Beatles and Merseybeat, football and the LiverBirds! Did you know though that they have so much on during the summer for families and visitors to the area? I have discovered a great itinerary for our day trip at https://www.liverpool-one.com/visit-liverpool/ including Circus Camp, Jungle Rumble and Treasure Island!
I just know the girls will love Circus Camp, which is a free workshop available Monday to Friday 12-4pm . I love that there is no need to book, we can just turn up on the day which works well as I hate having to book long distance events as you just never know whats around the corner! There is a special Circus tent on Chavasse Park where the girls can learn impressive tricks including poi, flower stick, staff, juggling, plate spinning and ribbon. The circus acts will be taking over the main center stage too during the day, everything from Wheel of Steel to Fire Eaters!
We all love a good game of miniature golf so Jungle Rumble would be an ideal spot for us to visit, an indoor golf course which takes you on a wild adventure. Put your putting skills to the test with a choice of two exciting 18 hole courses, taking you through a jungle swamp and past a live volcano! Prices start from £6.50 for children or £25 for a family ticket.
As a family we have always enjoyed reading together so Treasure Island is something we are all looking forward to. It is an interactive reading adventure where you are immersed in the story and help the shipmates search for clues, This takes 45 minutes and then you also get a 15 minute crafting session in the Crafting Cove. Running 4 times a day, 10,12, 2 and 4pm it is advisable to book and is only £4.50 per person!
Have you been to Liverpool recently? Do you have any recommendations for us to do, where to eat etc while we are there?
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For those who prefer a more traditional home-like experience when on vacation, a timeshare can make sense. If you’ve gotten many years of good use out of your timeshare and now want to get rid of it, a timeshare cancellation company like Timeshare Freedom Group or Lonestar transfer may be able to help.