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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
hi just a quick question, im going to manchester on the train from bolton, ive never been on the train to manchester before and i havent been to manchester for years, which station is the nearest to the shops as i havent got a clue.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Manchester Piccadilly, and then walk down to Market Street/ Piccadilly Garden about 10 mins walk or jump on any Metrolink Tram and the next stop is Piccadilly Garden, 2 minutes

Or if you have the option to go to Manchester Victoria, closer to Arndale



Edited By: heovang on Oct 30, 2010 12:15: a
#2
Depends which shops, but I always get off at picadilly gardens - it's a short walk to anywhere from there really. It's nearest all the 'high street' shops and the arndale centre.
banned#3
Manchester Victoria is good for Next, M&S etc...
#4
i wanted the arndale round that way mainly.
banned#5
pink-ka
i wanted the arndale round that way mainly.


Definitely Manchester Victoria short walk to the arndale x x
#6
DLM
pink-ka
i wanted the arndale round that way mainly.
Definitely Manchester Victoria short walk to the arndale x x

thanks, i bet its all changed since i last went it must nearly 10years since ive been there shopping.
banned#7
pink-ka
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pink-ka
i wanted the arndale round that way mainly.
Definitely Manchester Victoria short walk to the arndale x x


thanks, i bet its all changed since i last went it must nearly 10years since ive been there shopping.


Definitely will have changed.

Have a great afternoon and I hope the sun keeps shining x x
#9
Manchester Victoria is the closest to Arndale.
#10
Pic really isnt far though and its a nice walk, so I wouldnt dismiss it :)
banned#11
CReilly
Pic really isnt far though and its a nice walk, so I wouldnt dismiss it :)


What's nice about it? oO
#12
CReilly
Pic really isnt far though and its a nice walk, so I wouldnt dismiss it :)

I'd say Picadilly as well, cos more trains roughly every 15 mins from Bolton to Picadilly whereas to Victoria 1 every hour during off peak and 2 in peak times.

Both about the same walking distance to arndale i'd think.
banned#13
Marina
CReilly
Pic really isnt far though and its a nice walk, so I wouldnt dismiss it :)


I'd say Picadilly as well, cos more trains roughly every 15 mins from Bolton to Picadilly whereas to Victoria 1 every hour during off peak and 2 in peak times.

Both about the same walking distance to arndale i'd think.


Vic is near the better shops, I think she has gone now anyway X)
#14
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CReilly
Pic really isnt far though and its a nice walk, so I wouldnt dismiss it :)
What's nice about it? oO


Well I personally always find the street acts quite interesting and you usually pass two or three on the way to the Arndale centre. Also the gardens themselves are quite nice, I usually get a sandwhich and a coffee for my lunch and sit out there while I consume them :)
banned#15
CReilly
Well I personally always find the street acts quite interesting and you usually pass two or three on the way to the Arndale centre. Also the gardens themselves are quite nice, I usually get a sandwhich and a coffee for my lunch and sit out there while I consume them :)


What gardens?

I also can't stand street entertainers.

Tax-dodgers and they get in the way :(
#16
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CReilly
Well I personally always find the street acts quite interesting and you usually pass two or three on the way to the Arndale centre. Also the gardens themselves are quite nice, I usually get a sandwhich and a coffee for my lunch and sit out there while I consume them :)
What gardens?I also can't stand street entertainers.Tax-dodgers and they get in the way :(


The bit with the grass and all the fountains. And I only visit once a month or so, so I still find them entertaining. That's where George Sampson started :D
banned#17
CReilly
Tax-dodgers and they get in the way :(


The bit with the grass and all the fountains. And I only visit once a month or so, so I still find them entertaining. That's where George Sampson started :D[/quote]

Piccadilly gardens is full of tramps and druggies :(
#18
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CReilly
Tax-dodgers and they get in the way :(
The bit with the grass and all the fountains. And I only visit once a month or so, so I still find them entertaining. That's where George Sampson started :D
Piccadilly gardens is full of tramps and druggies :([/quote]
have to disagree, in summer it's normally full of parents with very wet kids.
banned#19
Randa1
have to disagree, in summer it's normally full of parents with very wet kids.


Even worse :p
#20
DLM
Piccadilly gardens is full of tramps and druggies :(


I never got that impression :|
#21
Everytime my daughter goes past it "play in the water mummy, play in the water!" even though i've never let her cos i'm not the type to carry a change of clothes around. Even now in the cold weather..

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