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... ve never listened to much by The Happy Mondays. I’ve been aware of their well-known songs and even owned a few on compilation albums and quite liked them but not enough to discover more of their oeuvre so didn’t have any strong expectations. Last year, for me, Maximo Park were a bit disappointing as the main headliner and we didn’t stay to the end. I rather thought we would this time though and I wasn’t wrong. Even though they only played about 4 tunes ...
... of wind turbines in the fields. Every vista features a cluster of the white giants looming over crops and livestock. Of course, it is difficult to admire the scenery when pressured by traffic to travel at 70 mph! Nottingham meant an outing to Sherwood Forest and we were lucky enough to stumble across a group of enthusiastic history buffs who had created a medieval village in a clearing. It turns out that Isobel ...
... real name) they were called "Symphony State". Probably not what I normally listen to but that’s not a bad thing.
I’d noticed a lightening in the sky to the west as I’d arrived at the festival which I took as a good sign and looking out from the tent it looked as though the rain was easing considerably. Just before the next band were due to start I spotted Julie striding across the field so went to meet her and handover the ...
... Rd and straight in for a cup of tea. On midday I broke out the bike and off looking for some quiet, hilly, picturesque roads. Sun was shining amongst some cloudy patches but a stiff breeze prevailed so I decided to ride into the wind out towards Nuneaton. Interesting name Nuneaton, as you ride you often chew over something to take your mind off the actual physical effort and here I was contemplating the origins of Nuneaton. Could it be a town of diet conscious ...
... of the recent Malaysian airlines plane that went off course, they didn't want panic to break out. So we were told that we would be landing in Gander due to a medical emergency. In my tiredness I thought they said Uganda! So we landed in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the night and waited. And waited. And waited. After about an hour we were told the passenger had been offloaded and taken to hospital, so we would refuel and be on our way in half an hour or ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center