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Photograph: Alamy Newcastle is noted as a party city. On Saturdays, hen and stag dos roll in from early morning.
Newcastle is founded on innovation and engineering. You get a Lady wants nsa Caerphilly sense of its Victorian heyday at the Literary and Philosophical Societya short walk from the station with its neo-classical frontage. Oscar Wilde and Edith Sitwell have lectured there, and comedian Alexander Armstrong is current president.
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Only members can take books out, but the public are free to wander in, sit in a leather armchair, buy a cup of tea and biscuit from the hatch and read the periodicals while admiring the burnished wood interiors. Traditional pubs were once almost obliterated Fuck lady cell no in Rochester Tyneside by the vogue for high-turnover drinking houses with flashing lights, fizzy lager and booming music.
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Free Trade Inn, Newcastle The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arton the south side of the river in Gateshead, has an outpost in High Bridge, Baltic 39with changing exhibitions and events in its top-floor project gallery.
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Twenty years ago decent places to eat were thin on the ground. The food is good too, particularly the cakes which you can buy to take away at the Sugar Down Bakeryround the corner in Pink Lane, a narrow alley that is also home to the excellent Pink Lane Coffee and the service is notably friendly even by Newcastle standards.
The Sugar Down supplies bread to another burgeoning new institution, Quilliam Brothers Tea Housewhich is in a baronial Victorian building behind the university that once housed a bookshop. One final tip: Geordies like to talk. Visitors are advised to allow at least 10 minutes just to buy a newspaper.