Breakout Liverpool Spellbound and Outbreak Escape Games Review

Breakout Liverpool Spellbound and Outbreak Escape Games Review: August 2019

Liverpool city centre, the location for a truly magical and zombified escape game challenge.  Both game-masters Meg and Shannon, one of the creators of spellbound, were an absolute dream team and a delight to meet, making our experience even more immersive and interesting.

Spellbound

Swish your wand and prepare to be spellbound, an amazing quality magical and mystical game play experience.

Summon your team of Witches and warlocks, as a dangerous magical artefact has gone missing.  Grab your cloaks and wands, as you need to find the artefact before it ends up in the wrong hands.

It’s the Old Magical Academy annual school reunion, the ideal time for you all to sneak into the school, but Shush…as you are not meant to be there, so don’t get discovered!

Enter the abandoned classroom, work out the riddles, locks, potions and clues to ensure you escape with the artefact orb in hand, as this time a detention could be deadly!

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Breakout Room Liverpool Cursed Carnival and Warped Escape Games Review

Breakout Room Liverpool Cursed Carnival and Warped Escape Games Review: July 2019

Lovely Liverpool, location for an exciting escape experience at the brilliant Breakout Liverpool.

The Breakout team always make you feel welcome giving you that warm & fuzzy feeling.  Tom S and Sam, our games masters, did a cracking job.  Really nice guys; professional, enthusiastic and importantly came across as super genuine – ideal ambassadors for the breakout brand for sure.

Roll up roll up and enjoy all the fun of the cursed carnival.  Yesterday evening my squad went to the local carnival and luckily, we won a prize…or perhaps unluckily!

Our carnival puppet prize Frankie had that eerie feel.  Later that night, a strange dream turned into a nightmare, followed with a haunting and creepy voice saying that we must return our prize Frankie within 7 days.

Returning to the carnival on the 7th day, we entered the old workshop to break the curse. Don’t clown around too much though, as you only have 60 minutes to breakout, or all your nightmares will come true.  We escaped, but can you?

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Ghetto Golf Liverpool, Apocalypse Cow and Phooey’s Dim Sum Review

Ghetto Golf Liverpool, Apocalypse Cow and Phooey’s Dim Sum Review: July 2019

Go crazy at Cains Brewery Village and step into a super stylish hub, that combines crazy Ghetto Golf, theatre, food, cocktails and DJs, showcasing the best street art and their writers.

Let your hair down and go crazy at this adults only venue, in this luminous Liverpool loveliness, as you go golfing Ghetto style.

Get the part started at hole 1, a Scooby do style cool camper, just under the mega fab golf club lighting.

Hit the bowling lane, pose with the Mona Lisa, bowl your friends over with a hole in one.

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24 Hours in Liverpool on a budget with Novotel Liverpool Centre – Review

24 Hours in Liverpool on a budget with Novotel Liverpool Centre – Review: June 2019

Novotel Liverpool Centre

Fancy a fabulous city break in Liverpool, that won’t break the bank, well the stylish Novotel Liverpool Centre may be 4 stars, but provides cosy accommodations with a reasonable price tag.

The great thing about this hotel is that they have a range of rooms to suit different budgets from standard to executive. So maybe with my money saving guide across the city, you will be able to treat yourself and upgrade.

Day 1

Our executive room offered a super snug bed with a brilliant functional desk / Vanity space.

Also, a cosy seating area with an amazing view of Liverpool cathedral.

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48 hours in Liverpool with Novotel Liverpool Centre

48 hours in Liverpool with Novotel Liverpool Centre: October 2018

Destination Liverpool, a fabulous friendly city of culture offering visitors so many exciting activities to see and do.

Novotel Liverpool Centre, is perfectly situated for exploring all that Liverpool has to offer, check into your cosy city centre Novotel hotel – a 4 star home away from home.

Novotel’s nice executive rooms are the perfect homely hub, spacious with all the mod cons you need during your stay.

Unpack, relax and prepare to head off for your lovely Liverpool adventures.

Liverpool Cathedral

Morning began in a peaceful place of solace and worship, Liverpool’s majestic, ore inspiring Cathedral whereby ground floor entry is free, but donations are welcomed.

Designed by the amazing architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott who interestingly was also commissioned to design a telephone kiosk to commemorate the Jubilee of King George V – hence the red iconic telephone box was born.

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Novotel Liverpool Centre Review

Novotel Liverpool Centre Review: July 2018

Destination Liverpool, on Hanover Street, is the location of 4 star Novotel Liverpool Centre.  A stylish hotel, in a convenient, centralised position for you to take advantage of all that Liverpool City centre has to offer.

Executive accommodations provide a relaxed and focused experience where you already have everything you need to make your stay a smooth one.

The wardrobe had plenty of space for you to store all your wears along with complimentary slippers and a fluffy robe for the duration of your stay.  You will notice the door, behind which is a separate enclosed toilet area.

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Magical Mystery Tour and The Cavern Club Liverpool

Magical Mystery Tour and The Cavern Club Liverpool: July 2018

“Help I need somebody, Help not just anybody, Help”.  Help yourself and get a spring in your step, by heading on down to Albert Dock Liverpool, and feel that marvellous magical musical melody.

Book yourself onto the Magical mystery Tour and get on board your very own “yellow submarine” for the Ultimate Beatles Fan experience. “She’s got a ticket to ride”…well I definitely did and could not wait.

Packed with larger than life Liverpool characters including our host Jay Johnson and driver Ross, I knew to be prepared for an action packed whistle stop Beatles tour with a lorra lorra laughs.

The Tour has many highlights including the childhood home of Ringo Starr, St Peters Church where John and Paul first met, John Lennon’s childhood home and Former schools and colleges of John, Paul, George and Ringo including the Art College and the Liverpool Institute (now LIPA)

Excitingly, there are four stops, where you can get off the bus, at key Beatles locations and snap away to your hearts content.  Walk with the boys (Fab Four Statue located at the docks) to the first of these stops which was Penny Lane.

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