Crewe and Harpur Arms
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... several festivals throughout the year. Right passed Platt Fields I walk into Rushholme, otherwise known as The Curry Mile. This is the most interesting section of my walk to class! It is a full mile dedicated to residents from the Middle East and other locations. This is a full mile filled with traditional dress shops, shisha cafes, and food ranging from Afghanistan to India. The scent of curry is literally in the air, hence the name Curry Mile! ...
Our unscheduled holiday to the other side of the world comes about not because Oz is on our bucket list of priority destinations (certainly not mine) but simply because of Alice. Who's Alice? This is our lovely daughter who decided to to take leave of her job in paediatric nursing in Neonatal Intensive Care to ...
... to stretch our legs. Stopped at a pub and had a drink and free wifi so was able to get in touch with Ross and the outside world. The sun then came out and it was quite hot. Tony bought a litre bottle of famous grouse for £6.95 which was very good . Back to azura and a spot of sunbathing before saying goodbye to gib and a shower to get ready for the evening ...
... with force nine and high waves later (ooh err) Wander round the ship too cool and Rocky to sit outside. Brodie's for a toffee apple vodka cocktail very nice. Lunch in the Main dining room, chilli con carni and Brown Betty for me and Tony had a cold cuts platter and side salad which he said was very nice. I am stuffed which is nothing new Walked up to deck 15 and it was very wet and rough so back down to Brodie's for a ...
... there is a possibility that your tummy might feel a bit queezy half an hour later. It was good eating it
Well what a surprise I got when I walked into the reading room. It was as good as some of the cathedrals I've been in in Paris. They have some amazing manuscripts and books on display but to keep them from fading the lighting in lots of the library rooms was too dim to take decent photos. I would have spent an ...