Barton Grange Hotel
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... court was decorated as a cruise ship which was appropriate! Then to the runway park to see the planes jetting off....the power of Facebook let us see my friend Alyson's plane go off for her jolly holiday !! 2 hours till the alarm is going to kindly buzz at me so will attempt another ...
... a window seat (hooray, my favourite) and had great views once we had cleared the rain clouds over Malta.
I managed to spot the mountains of Corsica then the weather really cleared as we crossed the snow-capped peaks of the Pyrenees; the good views continued and I saw the Eastenders map come to life as we flew over London. The sun was shining as we flew ...
... congenial row companions (too stingy to pay for reserved seats!). We had great views of the Alps but particularly of Mt Etna in Sicily, snow-clad in the sunshine and very visible against the bright blue sky – my neighbours were very kind & let me take pictures whilst leaning past them.
We arrived into Luqa Airport in yet more sunshine after a 3-hour flight, and had a coach transfer to Bugibba in the NW of the ...
I enjoyed my time here SO much. It was busy for all the family what with me landing in, my Aunty Margaret's 70th birthday and my cousin Moya receiving her MBE at Buckingham Palace for her services to young people and families in Blackpool. Blown away at hearing what my cousin Moya does for a job. Manages over 50 people in 6 project teams trying to improve everything from housing to health for disadvantaged people. Managing police ...
... full of optimism. That optimism quickly evaporated in the driving rain when satnev no. 2 (Mark's) also broke down, thankfully Mark is a man of some skill and he managed for establish contact with his GPS satellite and we finally got going. Again. We're pleased to say the day got better and better. The rain stopped, the sun came out, the wind blew us dry and we made our way up out of Lancashire (to Neville's obvious relief) and ...