Jurys Inn Sheffield
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... haven't had the chance to eat in this area, but I would like to try at least one of the restaurants around! After Curry Mile my journey is far less interesting, but still beautiful. I pass by several large parks and monuments. I also pass an art museum and the Manchester University Hospital, both of which have amazing architecture. The most beautiful building on my walk is the Catholic Church of the Holy Name of Jesus. This building was ...
... world or part of it & certainly more than I have ever travelled in my 40 odd years! And so because her nibs is in Sydney then the parents must follow, or I must add because Sue has deemed it so, misses her daughter & best friend too Much!! Not there yet 2 weeks to go - 26th October flight ...
We have left the worst of the weather behind us thank goodness but it is still wet and grey. Had breakfast and then went up on deck 15 to watch Gibraltar getting nearer. Arrived approx one and were off by half past, just as we had got to the cruise terminal the heavens opened and we waited awhile until it had stopped. Walked into Gibraltar, very very busy but it was nice to ...
... and board the plane. After a couple of hours delay, because, you know, air travel, I have my 'EPIC USA’ playlist playing. Back in Black, Danger Zone, Born in the USA – you get the picture. But you know what? I was still thinking of Breaking Bad. The whole challenge of crossing a country the size of a continent on my own had not yet dawned on me. It seemed like frantically skimming the pages of the 'Alternative Guide to New York' was merely to fill a Breaking Bad shaped ...
... bucket, given to my grandparents as a a wedding present. My grandma had unearthed this and a few other things that she no longer wanted, kindly asking that I sell them and keep what money was raised. Heading to one of Sheffield’s outer suburbs I then went to Meadowhall, a giant shopping centre nicknamed by locals as Meadowhell, the reason for which was quickly apparent two days before Christmas, with heaven crowds and long queues. The reason for my visit was to book in ...