Premier Inn Manchester - Salford Quays
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Laid here at 2.47 am not able to sleep. My toes are wriggling with excitement! My head is filled with airports, shows, weather, outfits, cocktails....the list goes on ! ;) Know I need to sleep but it just not happening! Had a lovely pre holiday day little wander round Trafford ...
For the first time this week we woke to rain – but it didn't matter too much as we were leaving to go home. The coach came to collect us on time and after fetching other travellers from local hotels, we arrived at Luqa Airport in good time for our flight home. With a departure time of 12.30, I’d booked lunch for us on the plane and it was very tasty. This time ...
An early flight is all very well, but the getting-up isn’t – we had to be up at 3am for the taxi to Manchester Airport at 03.45....needless to say, not much sleep was had. The flight with Thomas Cook was quite good, much better than the one to Turkey in 2012 as the plane was reasonably spacious; I was fine but Hubby was rather bored as there was no film shown, but
we both had aisle ...
... attraction, such flatbread, cheese making, and weaving. We tried but failed to find an area of local restaurants, settling for a French bistro with a "bar" menu - go figure. We rode the commuter train back to our hotel which is near the international airport. Day 39, July 10th: Stockholm to Portland, Oregon, via Reykjavik, Iceland and Seattle, Washington. This is our last day and was taken up with traveling. We gained all of the hours we lost on day one crossing nine time zones. Our travel began at about 10:30 am local time and . . . ...
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"As far as I knew, he had never taken a photograph before, and the summit of Everest was hardly the place to show him how.
Edmund Hillary, referring to the Sherpa Tenzing Norgay.
"******* through 6 inches ...