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A night out with Manchester Escorts

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Andy decided his life was in a rut and he had to so something to give himself a change of routine. He was fed up of finishing work and sitting in front of the TV. every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. A few years ago he used to get out a lot more.

Manchester was his nearest big city but he was beginning to forget what it looked like it was so long since he had had a night out there. Right, he decided. Saturday nights were the worst. He used to enjoy going to the theatre, and if he remembered rightly, the Lowry building at Salford Quays Manchester provided some great evening entertainment and theatre.

Building started on Manchester’s Lowry in 1997, after receiving National Lottery funding for the project which was completed in 2000. The completed building is stunning and unusual, made of steel and many glass panels. The forecourt leading to the main entrance is clean and welcoming with a promenade running completely around the building to give access to all areas. Situated on pier 8 of Salford Quays there is a view over the waterway with its surrounding regenerated dockland. At night time, the design of the inside structure allows the colour of the interior to bathe the whole of the outside in purple, orange, red and blue, which are the colours of the inside décor. Against the darkness outside this effect is beautiful.

Within the Lowry there are many different types of entertainments to enjoy, and anyone wanting to could spend the whole day there as well as the evening. It is the size of 5 football pitches, space enough for the restaurants, cafes, bars and exhibitions housed there. The art gallery exhibits the famous LS Lowry, along with other contemporary artists, with the exhibitions being changed frequently. The Salford tourist information centre also resides there.

The 2 theatres are the Lyric and the Quays. There are different shows throughout the year, for example Balletboyz, Chariots of Fire, and the 2 that Andy decided on, Robin Cousins Ice Dance on Saturday 19th April 2014 and War Horse on Saturday 20th Sept 2014.

Andy decided he was going to make a real night of it and contacted Sky Escorts to book  Manchester escorts  to accompany him and that after the shows he would stay the night in one of the many surrounding hotels. He would decide between The Express by Holiday Inn which is just 0.8 mile from the Lowry, and the Golden Tulip which is 1.4 miles from the Lowry. The Golden Tulip has a restaurant and bar and is just 0.5 miles from the nearest train station. Even nearer to the Lowry there are serviced apartments, The Quays serviced apartments and The Executive apartments of the Quays. These are both just 0.2 miles from the Lowry, a very short walk. Andy decided he might try these another time, but for now he was in the mood to spoil himself in one of the hotels. He was already looking forward to his time spent with one of our Manchester Escorts.


Days Out with help from a Manchester Escort Agency

No matter what type of person you are, whatever are your hobbies and interests, you will find something enjoyable to do on a day out in Manchester with the help from a Manchester Escort Agency.

Perhaps you are a typical “townie,” and you find it hard to stay away from shops. Manchester’s Arndale centre plus the surrounding shops will surely supply all your needs. With opening hours from 9am-8pm, Saturday form 9am-7pm, Sundays 11:30am-5:30pm, and bank holidays from 10am-6pm, you could spend the whole day there if you so wanted. If you decided to travel there by car there is an adjacent 1400 space car park. The centre itself is right in the heart of Manchester with the nearest train station, Victoria being just 5 minutes walk away. Manchester Piccadilly is 15 minutes walk away and there are regular bus and metro links running frequently into the city centre.

There is plenty of variety within the Arndale centre. You have decided to finally treat your teenage son to the pair of trainers he has been pestering you for. Sportdirect.com,  JD, and Nike, would be good places to look around. Choosing the right pair took longer than you thought so you are now ready for a sit down and a coffee. Choose from Subway, Starbucks, Rowntrees Café or Costa to name but a few of the selection.

After a relaxing coffee, you have on your list that you want to purchase a special card for your parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. In the centre there is a Card Factory and a WHSmiths with plenty of choices.

If you are feeling a little stuffy and in need of some fresh air, why not then head out onto the surrounding streets. Shops in the nearby vicinity include Burberry, Ugg, Ted Baker, Primark, Debenhams and M&S. And if after having looked around those stores you are feeling slightly exhausted, head back into the Arndale centre and find somewhere to eat before your journey home. Choices include Bella Italia, BHS, Spudulike and Tacobell. Or why not try one of the more unusual names you have not visited before.

You decide at a later date that you enjoyed your shopping trip out to Manchester with one of the girls from our Manchester Escort Agency and that you want to visit again, but this time you are going to leave your townie roots behind and look for a bit of countryside and fresh air. You could make your way to Manchester’s Ashton Canal. This canal forms part of the Cheshire ring, linking several canals from surrounding areas. It can be accessed from near the centre of Manchester as a walkway.

When the Commonwealth games were held in Manchester in 2002, parts of the canal underwent major improvements. The old buildings running along the canal side were modernised and redeveloped. The walkalong towpath will take you from near Manchester city to a sports facility at Eastlands. On a sunny day, the walk is leisurely and relaxing, with other leisure activities like boating, fishing and cycling being carried out along the linear park like stretch. 


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