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... plane we noted the soft Indian music and very pleasant greetings from Indian staff. Almost immediately after boarding Kate joined Ken in a solid nap that was interrupted on take-off when the plane swayed left and right making us think the pilot couldn't decide which way to turn. :) Just before landing a steward walked the length of the plane on both sides spraying something in the ...
... markets this morning, we went by bus this time for a change. The Markets were like rabbit warrens, lanes leading off everywhere, upstairs, downstairs with little shops & stalls all over the place. Food stalls were excellent. Mark & Nev purchased their Cheese Cutter hats thinking they got a bargain for £10. Dinner that night at our favourite watering hole The Eagle. Great food, great atmosphere. 16th August Saturday was a very big day, we went to Hyde ...
... I did, and climbed the hundreds of steps up to the dome gallery, as I'd done however many years before, to get some fantastic views. I made the much quicker trip down, had a sit for a while in the actually quite peaceful surrounds, and then headed back to the hotel to freshen up and get changed for a night at the theatre. I got tickets the night before to see Wicked last night, and had a really good time. I have read the book, but wasn't entirely sure what to expect, and I ...
... would probably use it !!! It rained Thursday so we just went to the mall a block away walked around ate, and went back for a nap. Managed to find a local pub a block away, so went for a couple of pints and hung out with the locals. They seem to meet after work and just stand around and chat with their pints in hand. The server came and chatted with us and she is from Ireland, so she gave us a few tips, very friendly. Fri May 2 we started the touring. No rain today or ...
... The market is right beside Regent's Canal, so we had a nice long walk on the tow path, along with many people, dogs and cyclists. There were a lot of narrow boats and we watched one, with a chatty steerer, going through the lock. We came up on the Roman Road, which Boadicea took when she came to kill all those Romans. We took the number 8 bus home for a nice cup of tea.