Our News Our Blogs An Afternoon in the Baltic Triangle Natural Breaks motto is “we believe living an ordinary life can be extraordinary” and Wednesday afternoon proved to be exactly this type of afternoon. Kath, Karen and Kate met up to see the new Abbey Road Mural that has been painted in the Baltic Triangle area of the City and whilst looking for that discovered lots of other fantastic graffiti! The ladies had a giggle recreating their very own version of the Abbey Road Album Cover and striking our own poses!! The weather was beautiful – the sun was shining and the skies were blue. Everyone decided to have a little look around the Cains Brewery as we haven’t been since we went along to the Peaky Blinders Bar and we were not disappointed. We went along to the Yellow Submarine Bar and it is AMAZING. – it was originally used in the film in “The Hunt for Red October” and was also a boutique Hotel at the Albert Dock for a while and had guests staying such as Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson and Bruce Springsteen to name a few before it became the Beatles Bar today! The interior is amazing and everyone wants to go for a night out there. We then had a look in Hippy Chic – the Day of the Dead skull and gorgeous flowers were just amazing we can’t wait to go back! A huge thank you Alfie and Terry for their wonderful hospitality treating us all to a nice cool drink in the sunshine and chilling in the beer garden with some fab tunes playing. We watched everyone working hard getting everywhere ready for the Easter weekend and it was looking great! Liverpool were playing Porto that evening and it must’ve been fate for us to come across the giant mural of Jurgen Klopp on Jamaica Street as they ended up winning 4-1!! The day was unplanned and aren’t they sometimes the best!