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B4 it's to late!!!

 

 

Monday 

to 

Friday

 

 

Free Cheese Salad Classic Sandwich with a company of best Colombian

roasted coffee beans fresh brewed every hour.

But, if you not a coffee person, choose from an extensive range of quality English tea's.

 

 

 

 

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EVERY

 

Thursday

 

FREE

 

BEATLES

 

TOUR

 

FREE

  

ADMISSION

  

TO

 

WORLD

  

FAMOUS

  

CLUB

 

IN

 

LIVERPOOL

 

 

 

 

 

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EMBASSIE

 

Provide for you :

 

FREE

Beatles Tour on Thursday's

 

FREE

World famous Caver Club tickets

 

FREE

24 h fast wifi access

 

FREE

off site car park

just 3 min. walk from Embassie 

 

FREE

Bread, jam, marmalade, tea, coffee, lemonade,

Sky Sport, and ESPN.

Beatles Home Town  -  LIVERPOOL

 

Those who live in Liverpool know that the Beatles are just a small part of the magic of this city, but the Embassie knows this is the reason many visit Liverpool.

 

The staff has all the information you might need to take a Beatles tour or, if you prefer, to go out on your own.

It is an easy walk from the hostel to Mathew Street, which is the site of today’s Cavern Club, and just a short walk to Slater Street and the Jackaranda, which was formerly owned by Alan Williams.  Interestingly, there are a number of Beatles sites within a two block radius of the Embassie.  

     

When Julian was born to John and Cynthia, they were living in a house owned by Brian Epstein at number 36, Falkner Street.  John and Stu Sutcliffe’s local pub at the time was Ye Cracke on Rice Street, which is a necessary stop on any Liverpool pub crawl.  LIPA (the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts or the ‘fame school’ as it is called) is a mere 5 minute walk from the hostel.  In the past, many fortunate hostellers have seen Sir Paul McCartney on one of his frequent visits to his former school. 

Beatles tours are available daily and the Embassie staff will have all the information you might need to book a tour.  Often, smaller more intimate tours Beatles tours can be arranged by a certified Liverpool guide who is a friend of the hostel.  Before booking your tour, you may want to inquire if a tour has been arranged through the hostel.

If you’re thinking of doing your own Beatles tour in Liverpool, the Embassie recommends you buy the book The Beatles Merseyside by Ian Forsyth, available at Tourist Information and all good bookshops, excellent valu