Blue Rainbow ApartHotel - Manchester Central
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Woke up in an ibis hotel coz Knaps and I had split up and she had the keys. Got back to house and then left at 11am for the North. That was 7 hours ago as I type this and it is a 3 hour drive normally. There was an incident on the freeway and they just closed it?! What the actual ****. 8 hours stuck in a car together has sucked but we made it funny ...
... lost going to the toilet coz it was a like a rabbit warren! Walked back to north side and picked up a taxi back to house. Chown then began to sing in Marylyn style 'happy bday' **** funny. Pre drank champagne beer and gin before heading to bday partay! Soph and Gus came along. Then we walked down to Founders Arms and met Tbag (shagboss Tony) Alex and Adi! Was an awesome night drinking and carrying on ...
... Downing Street, London Eye, St Paul's, St James Park, household cavalry, parliament, national gallery (didn't go in obviously) Had a Taddy pint and a pie with mash and peas which was amazing! Came back totally ****** and had beers then went to an outdoor Melbourne style bar Tanner and Co. Then went to the The Garrison and met Moy and had ...
... meant only a 3 hour stop over rather than the 4 we had expected. Singapore airlines again came up with the goods here. We had read about an offer to certain passengers on certain flights and guess what we fitted all the criteria. So we went to the desk to claim our $40 voucher per person. These vouchers could be used for the transit lounge and duty free.$20 dollars in each. What does $20 dollars get you in the transit lounge? Well that's what we asked ...
... insurance (I used Alpha, which seemed to be cheapest and very comprehensive - thanks dad for finding this!!!), credit card (I got Halifax Clarity as money saving Martin reckoned it's the best for travel!), debit card, US $ (these are accepted everywhere, great if you run out of local currency!) and laminated copies of passport and credit card. Well that's my life in a nutshell! No doubt there is stuff I've forgotten but 99% of stuff can be bought on the road ...