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... Go-Round, and live singing from "Santa". Everybody attending this market seemed to be drinking a lot more than any of the other markets I have been to, but this might have been because the drink booths sold beer in two pint glasses instead of the traditional one pints. The food at the Birmingham market might beat out my Manchester market, due to a larger selection of variety. They served additional items such as donuts, ...
... a couple of hours, and when we tried to navigate our way home, we did the obligatory confused tourist move of trying to spot places we previously have been, to navigate ourself back to the hostel. At last we succeeded, and found our way home to the YHA. Later we went out to dinner with some of the other lads, and had a great time. Now we’re back in our room, writing this, and reflecting on the first day of our trip – more adventures will ensue ...
Tonys birthday today..... Very hot and after breakfast we went up onto the top deck and bagged a sun lounger, it was too hot for me and I stopped for a while then went into the ship for some retail therapy and treated myself to a Swarovski bangle ....very nice. Back in the sun for a while then into cabin for shower and cool off. Tony came back and we sat on ...
Off to Coronation Street tour today. Left cottage before 9 to get the train at Chapel-en-le-Frith. Did not get there in time as had trouble finding the railway station. Got to the station just as the 9.35 was starting to pull out and there was no way he was waiting for us so went into town for coffee. I noticed that my bracelet on wrist was missing- no where to be seen unfortunately. Anyhow got back to station for the ...
... Robin Hood's Bay to Bakewell, by way of Sheffield. This was a travel day, starting out on a taxi from Robin Hood's Bay to Scarborough, the train to York and another to Sheffield, then a short walk in the rain to Hertz Rental Cars, and finally a 20 mile drive to Bakewell, inside the eastern side of the Peaks National Park. We strolled around Bakewell, which has lots of little shops, nice riverside paths, several old churches, and lots of holiday accommodations, restaurants, ...