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Oh dear - so soon? The horrid travel day has reared its ugly head. We aren't very good at travel days ... We tend to spend a fair bit of time planning for them but something invariably goes wrong. Today we found out we hadn't booked the hire car! We had decided that the easiest way to get a hire car for this trip was to get one from Heathrow. It is easier to drive around to get out of London than the city. Mr S woke and went looking for the reservation and just couldn't find it - ...
... learned that the area of the labrynith was able to survive with no water. Wow!!!! Following this visit to the gardens we headed to manchester to see my sister, brother in law and niece and nephew. The GPS was great and took us on the country roads to avoid the traffic. We enjoyed a wonderful Shabbat dinner together and the kids are having fun playing and catching up. Now for a restful Shabbat Shabbat ...
Our English adventure has restarted after a days rest upon returning from sunny Eire. We took a maintenance day on June 26th for mental and physical recovery and did more mundane activities such as laundry and shopping and hanging out with Quintin Pomeroy and Rebecca O'Malley whilst the kiddies played with Theo.
The next day, Rebecca took us on a somewhat quintessential English trek through the 'wilds' of South East Manchester at Lyme ...
... went and saw Child 44 :)
Had our first ride in a taxi which was a rather scary experience. The driver was more than happy doing a 3-point turn on a busy road, holding up all the traffic.
Sunday we relaxed and wandered around the city seeing what we could find. Found some almost good coffee and had lunch at the rock cafe.
Very fun weekend in all!
... pretty good price (only 20 pounds each for really good seats).
Our trip up to Manchester was enjoyable; it was a quick
train to Oxford where we stopped for a pint at our favourite Sam Smith pub the
Three Goats Heads. We stumbled across the Oxford Pride march which was just
starting with lots of fanfare and rainbow flags. It was nice watching the
changing countryside through the train window. Up through the midlands area it
gets a ...