Mickle Trafford Manor
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... if honest, not that good on a gloomy day), the sea itself with a large beach, plus a host of other attractions too. It did deliver on some of these!
Our hotel was less than ten minutes walk from the railway station and about the same distance to the promenade area. Opposite the hotel was the Olive Tree Café and having arrived in time for lunch we thought it worth a go - the food portions were very generous, so much so that there was ...
... such as routine, possessions, familiarity, family and friends. Each aspect of 'comfort’ has a different effect on the way that you travel or your emotions during travel. Your Routine gets thrown completely out of the window – routine, what routine? It also gets to a point where you’re dying for some form of routine back in your life and for me this is where I craved stability. Possessions are an ...
... row. Just as I wonder if they are in use... I see two narrow boats engaging in the bottom lock. Men at the rudder, women starting to pushing the lock doors behind the boats. Then one turns a crank to open something to let the water fill the lock. Once the water reached the height of the water of the next lock, the ladies opened the front lock doors, the men steered the boats into the next lock, and ...
... room and then more people join and we end up chatting for hours. It's been an awesome way to get to know people, especially the British students that live in my building. I definitely think I've made some life-long friends from these nights. Another really small detail that makes me love being in England is the way British people say my name. I don't know what it is, but it just makes my whole ...
... Half way there now, anticipating a joyous reunion with my sister. We saw each other only six weeks ago, but this is the start of a meticulously planned and much longed for holiday in North Wales, a region which holds many memories of childhood holidays and ancient family members, some of whom are only hazy in our recollections but feature large as life in our stories of times past. Before then, I have a weekend with four (out of an original five) old schoolmates for a celebration of ...