Holiday Inn Express Manchester East
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Today I booked & paid for my flights to Australia. One way ticket! It feels amazing to say that..."one way ticket" Thinking about it fills me with a whole bag of emotions- excitement, anxiety, fear, happiness. The list goes on. It's booked, I'm going, ...
... being bale to use them) - they just take up too much room (even though foldable mountain bikes) and are a bit of a pain to load and unload.
We need to be in RImouski, near Quebec at the end of May 2014 for the Empress of Ireland commemoration - 100 years since she sank with the loss of over a thousand lives in the St Lawrence Seaway - she went down in 14 minutes. Called ...
... still etc etc. Excitement is mounting as well as trepidation at leaving all that is familiar behind us for 12 months. Nearly packed the clothes for the trip and had all our vaccinations, have a small family trauma to deal with in the next few days which is preoccupying our minds currently, involving surgery which is not great. The 12th October is coming after many years of dreaming and months of ...
... 7 more to Manchester, I pondered, since it's possible to use the term "had had" in a sentence, how good it would have been if Etihad had had "had had" in their menu or other in-flight literature. Sadly it wasn't to be.
... As it turned out I got taken to a separate spot to Flo and Dan and my seats turned out to be absolutely amazing! The game was one sided being against Crystal Palace but nevertheless it was great to experience the stadium packed out and the atmosphere when a goal was scored.
We went out that night to Irish pub for a few beers and games of pool before moving on to a bar. Unfortunately we left our run a bit late and the venue I wanted to go to had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed