Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre South
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Off to Manchester after supper to be next to the airport for the early morning flight! Need to check in at 6.40 am (sigh)... But very excited to get on the way! Hoping for an upgrade due to it being my birthday (10th feb), however, will be very surprised if i get one! Fingers crossed. Etihad flight to Bangkok via Abu Dhabi ...
... I feel quite privileged to be able to get such an insight into what the bike rider is doing all round the track. Another opportunity to wander around the pit area and John runs into an old mate who has a race team for the the TT and allows us to come into his tents , 5 immaculate race bikes all ready for battle bar one in state of being rebuilt a motor home at the back and a really well set up tent he was a serious operation.again not an opportunity many would get without these ...
... waved in my general direction from only 30 meters away.
It was then, away from everyone at home in Tasmania that I went "yep, I belong here".
I had guys who cared for their fans, no hearing left, and my first friend from England.
Tonight was a good night :)
Really, it was!
Headed up to Manchester with my best friend Charlotte (we drove up), stayed in possible the most expensive and classiest hotel in Manchester (of course.... Because One Direction were also staying there). Got drunk in the hotel, saw the boys... Left the next day and drove back to London. Also paid £40 for a breakfast in the hotel.... TWO ...
... next day, a lazy lie-in and then to the Caff for breakfast - cheap, cheerful and delicious..we love these Northern prices! From there to fuel our brains/socialist tendencies ... to the People's History Museum. A gem of a museum, recently refurbished, that tells the story of "Britain's struggle for democracy over two centuries". At times it goes a bit over the top and feels like an advertisement for the Labour ...