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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Off to Manchester after supper to be next to the airport for the early morning flight! Need to check in at 6.40 am (sigh)... But very excited to get on the way! Hoping for an upgrade due to it being my birthday (10th feb), however, will be very surprised if i get one! Fingers crossed. Etihad flight to Bangkok via Abu Dhabi ...
... here years ago. We'd spotted a brown tourist sign for the Black Sheep Brewery, couldn't remember seeing that before, we went to take a look. Amanda wanted go because they had a gift shop that was probably full of cuddly sheep related things, I wanted to go because they had a baaaa. And yes they did call it that. We arrived and went to the baaaa. "A pint of your best ale please barkeeper." I asked. I stared at the perfectly presented pint of beer and thought "This must ...
... and textiles including tapestries worked on by Bess of Hardwick and Mary Queen of Scots.
I managed to visit Chatsworth for the 200th anniversary of the printing of Pride and Prejudice, so they were not only celebrating the novel and the movie that filmed at the house, but they were celebrating the Georgian time period. I know...pinch me, I'm dreaming! To that end, all the staff were dressed up in Georgian area staff uniforms and the various tours focused on Georgian life at ...
Headed up to Manchester with my best friend Charlotte (we drove up), stayed in possible the most expensive and classiest hotel in Manchester (of course.... Because One Direction were also staying there). Got drunk in the hotel, saw the boys... Left the next day and drove back to London. Also paid £40 for a breakfast in the hotel.... TWO ...
... tonight will take my mind off my breathing.
I crawled over Suz, carefully keeping my headlamp beam away from her face—she’s sleeping soundly each night, heartless wench—unzipped the tent flap, and stood full upright in the frigid wind of the Rongbuk glacier.
The moon’s been waning for only two days, and our camp was illuminated by that otherworldly glow I’ve come to associate with the promise of adventure. I twisted the headlamp off ...