Ramada Nottingham City Centre
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Last day in Sheffield - and last full day in England for that matter. It's been an interesting ten days. The aim of this trip was to get back in touch with my English side, especially the language - to try to regain some kind of fluency in my native tongue. And I suppose it's worked, at least a bit. I have had to swallow a few Swedish words that were doing their utmost to escape from my lips, and some have even succeeded in sneaking their way ...
Taking things easy today, as I'm feeling a bit under the weather. I head down to the centre of Hillsborough around half ten and spend a pleasant morning working in a tea room, feeling a tad out of place with my huge laptop. A very twee establishment indeed, with quality china, woolly tea cosies and plenty of grannies. On the high street are at least two hot pork sandwich shops, the smell I always associate with Sheffield. If ...
... as ever. We then walk up Brocco Bank to what used to be a warren of student halls and flats, searching around in vain for Earnshaw Hall, where I lived in my first year. After consulting Google Maps, I see a pile of rubble where it used to be. Earnshaw, along with other nearby halls, was apparently pulled down in 2006 to make way for the new Endcliffe student village. All very modern and fabulous, I'm sure, but I can't help feeling sad.
... me a pitying glance and showed me directly to my room. This morning, I made my way to the city centre and I have to admit, it was all a blank. I haven't actually recognised anything here yet apart from the Arts Tower, which even I can't forget (guess the trauma of the paternoster lift runs deep). Even the station has changed completely. I'm now wondering how much of Sheffield I actually saw when I was here for three years. Not much apart from the inside of a wide ...
... what makes you beautiful came one and katie said it was for me and we danced to it! I had such a long talk with Katie's mum and we were both crying, she was just saying how much me being here meant to katie and that when she was getting ready she couldn't stop saying stuff about me. I'm hoping to extend my trip at the end so that I can go up and visit them ...
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