Premier Inn Manchester City Centre - Portland Street
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... everything that the community would need. At that time it was more isolated, not within such easy reach of Liverpool proper. We had to go through one of the tunnels under the Mersey to get there, but it was not a long drive, just the other side of the river. I will never again get cross that every single time I buy a soap product it ends up being a Unilever product! After a wander through the gallery, ...
... though the school holidays had finished and it was a mid-week day, the place was absolutely packed with people. It was probably too cold to swim, although not for the locals, but with the carnival rides and tourist attractions along the beachside, the place was writhing with people.
Boston was an interesting town. They have their own mill which grinds local grains for flour, just near the centre of town. There wasn’t much to ...
... and decided to pop into the newly renovated Central Library where I heard they had a good coffee shop. They made a great coffee and the inside of the Neo classical Greek building which has been remodeled to look like the bridge of the Starship Enterprise, was a cool place to drink it in.
Yeah Manchester can still surprise me, but I'm definitely not going on tour of the Coronation Street set, so please don't ask me ...
Thursday 17th July - Bollington
After returning the key & farewelling Sue & Ken we returned to Brockenhurst via a devious route. First to Little Moreton Hall, which unfortunately opened at 11 am, so we moved on to Sandbach, instead. Here were 2 Saxon crosses & a lively market in a lovely small town. After a coffee we returned to the hall which is a ...
... the night.
Tuesday 15th July - Bollington
Sue & Ken took us to Dunham Massey an NT house which has been set up with its layout as a WW1 Auxiliary Hospital. Actors played short scenes from the period & the beds have the histories of individual patients of the time. The whole thing was very moving & quite disturbing. We then walked around on ...