Holiday Inn Express Liverpool-Knowsley
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... Hills; my goodness it was steep and slippy under foot and I felt like a really old lady as I slipped and gasped my way up. Despite this it was really beautiful, having a narrow hill lined valley with a burn crashing over rocks and there were lots of waterfalls. At the top it opened out into moorland with spectacular views over the plain to the river Forth.
Yet again I would have liked to stay longer but clearly a year away is not enough time to do everything
... a brief visit to Matalan for braces! Went for dinner at Premier Inn Chapelhall and we're joined by Margaret, Mary Speirs and another Margaret and her husband (nail conversation). Agnes and Gavin also joined us. Agnes left early for mammogram which was later confirmed as ok. Driven home by Walter, back at the hotel by 7.30. Early night & ...
... Scotland where we spent quite a bit of time. Time flew very quickly and just after 7pm we thought we had better make our way home. The tram was fairly empty when we hopped on in town but a few stops later we realised alot of rowdy men wearing Celtic colours began to board the tram until it was jam packed. Chris quickly figured that a big football match was about to be played at ...
We have now been planning this for some time now.
From finding our boots which took a lot of research to our rucksacks.
We went to the local Tiso and met the most amazing helpful staff and we ended up spending a few pounds in the store to ensure that we have got the best items for our trip.
We set up an Operations room in the lounge and this was helpful to ensure we had all angles covered.
Once we made a ...
... explaining that we are a group, would be staying as a group and other passengers would have to wait, the woman realized she had met her match!
After what seemed a pointless exercise which took so much longer than it normally would if we had checked in at the desk we all checked our bags in without a problem – well all but one. It was as if the woman who had been left scorned by Mrs Bryce at the ticket machines had decided to seek ...