Great area of Newcastle lots of different places to eat and drink the market on a Sunday is worth a visit too don’t have breakfast in your hotel on a Sunday wait and walk the market lots of fabulous fresh tasty food to choose from....More
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always like to walk along the quayside it's a few minutes walk from the train station .theres a market here on a Sunday and if you like photography try and get all the bridges in one photo .quite a few restaurants along the quayside and...More
When people visit Newcastle the Quayside is a natural draw with its famous bridges, restaurants, concert hall and art gallery. the demographics have changed dramatically over the years. Once the Sunday market, whilst being popular, attracted local visitors keen to buy cheap batteries, cigarette lighters...More
A would suggest that you spend an afternoon or evening down at the quayside as theres lot of different places/bars to visit and they are brilliant.
My youngest granddaughter is writing a poem at school about a city. So on Saturday night I took my granddaughters to see the contrast between day and night time in the heart of this beautiful city.They were amazed to see all the bridges at night...More
My family and I often have a lovely walk along the Quayside at night. We park not far from the Millennium bridge on the Newcastle side, walk across the bridge to the Baltic, pass HMS Calliope, walk to the swing bridge, crossover and walk back...More