Dreamhouse Manchester Deansgate
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... this was the morning that the wifi decided to play silly buggers and the iPad decided not to display any emails. Anyway we decide to risk it - we needed a car regardless. Off to Heathrow and we remember that while we aren't sure who we booked with, it was through Qantas so there are only really three options. Nope no booking ... Still not sure how it happened as we both remember sitting at the computer and doing it. Unfortunately we had to pay through the nose for the car. Oh ...
... 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 ...
... The final flight of an historic cold war supersonic British Vulcan bomber happened to occur during our lunch as the cherry on top.
Our exploration of the palace grounds was heightened by the presence of the illustrator for 'The Gruffalo' book series. We were able to act the role of the privileged 18th century aristocracy, playing ring toss and lawn bowling, wandering the gardens, all with Gruffalo inspired activities for the kids interest.
... guises but are more a shared tuk tuk experience and less necessary given the compact centres.
If there was a scale for aggressive hawkers, Cambodia would be number one with Vietanm and Thailand in joint second and Laos in the bottom. It is not uncommon in Camabodia and Vietnam for them to chase you down the road offering new prices whilst Laos hawkers are so laid back they almost look disinterested. ...
Had to catch an early train at Edinburgh so another early start. Filled the car up before returning it - did 556 miles in Scotland and only used 44 litres of petrol. Lucky we had the diesel though - fuel is expensive here at 1.32 (pounds) per litre - around $2.60 Australian. Found the place where we had to drop the rental car back to, and then collected our train tickets from the station. We were about to sit down to some breakfast when an announcement came over that we had to ...