Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (Central Convention Complex)
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... several festivals throughout the year. Right passed Platt Fields I walk into Rushholme, otherwise known as The Curry Mile. This is the most interesting section of my walk to class! It is a full mile dedicated to residents from the Middle East and other locations. This is a full mile filled with traditional dress shops, shisha cafes, and food ranging from Afghanistan to India. The scent of curry is literally in the air, hence the name Curry Mile! ...
After a stressful traumatic packing experience and mums coming to the rescue our bags were ready. No space for last minute adding's, what's packed was packed, end of story. With our meeting time confirmed for the early morning it was family time for the last time in a year!!! (Well not for nat but that's another story) After waiting for 10 minuets for Nat to arrive at the airport as Bill managed to get lost in the car park that he always parks in, we queued for the dreaded bag weigh ...
Back in the early summer, a colleague (Stuart), and I were asked by a University spinoff company if we would like to take a car from Citroen on a road trip around the country in order to collect telematics data for the company. This data could then compared with the Citroen's on-board telematics data, found to be far ...
... 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 got on the bus ready to go to the one and only football museum. We looked around in the shops near the football museum and then after a while finally went in. There was this person at the desk who told us about it which was quite interesting. He told us that the entry fee was free but you needed to pay for the interactive bits. We went through and first thing I saw was the Barclays Premier League Cup. I got a photo with it. After everyone of ...