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This post is just to walk you through my journey to University from my flat! It is usually to cold early in the morning to walk, so I usually take the bus! Today the weather was bearable so I decided to make the 30-40 minute walk to the school I am attending, Manchester Metropolitan University. Right when I step outside my flat I am standing right in front of the Holy Innocents Church of England. This is the church I can see from my bedroom window, which is ...
... customs. Nat was able to go down the American citizen lane while poor Bex had to queue for 2 hours amongst sweaty plane people! In the mean time Nat was able to have a lovely conversation, haul 2 bags off the carousel, use up her half an hour free internet and have a sit down. We came to realise we were in America when we hopped into a yellow cab and the taxi co-ordinator was heckling "bay 2 all day, all day" whilst the taxi man was pondering over if our hostel was actually in New ...
... Abbey. At least you could take pictures in this one. Was stunned to see roadies setting up for a band for tonight! Anyway, like all these cathedrals is is a stunning place to be (whatever your beliefs or views may be). So much happier to have seen a few sights today. I had been told the Northern Quarter is the hip-happening place to go for food and beer, so I checked it out for dinner. Nothing ...
... 1700's with people demonstrating on them. It was very well done. Also they had the original water wheel and steam driven engines in operation. It is an excellent exhibition. They also showed the progression from hand looms etc right through to the machine driven looms, etc. Arrived back at the hotel just before seven then walked to a local pub for a meal. Leave tomorrow morning to drive to London and hand the car in after 4 weeks. That leaves us with a week in ...
... Wales it had rained throughout the long walk around Harlech and I discovered that my new, cheap, waterproof jacket wasn't waterproof. When I bought it I had allowed greed to get the better of me though I know from long experience that when you buy cheap you usually get sub standard goods. So on my first day in Clitheroe, Treacle and I set off to walk the 5 miles to Whalley village to see if this shop was as good as it's ...