Premier Inn Sheffield/Barnsley - M1 Jct36
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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 ...
... interesting like this....we fiddled with it and pushed the button.......bad idea!!
Within a split second the little english house was in panic mode, the house alarm went into overdrive and our ear drums exploded. We raced to wake up Kirsty (the house owner) who had only recently come home from a big arvo/night on the drink...not a good mix with this crazy loud annoying house alarm going off. Kirsty had only recently moved ...
... result of the procedures used to take a sample from her lungs. To add insult to injury the test samples are lost and no results obtained!! So we faced a ************* should Jess go to France with Andy and me, stay in UK with Ann or PTS? Inevitably we chose the first and Andy, me and a still ill Jess set of for France. We met Cliff, our famous key holder, on the ferry and enjoyed a rather convivial crossing fuelled by Stella Artois. On leaving the ship after a rather good breakfast, ...
... upon!!! To cap it all the training day was cancelled, so I could have had another week in France. Charlie when I met him resembled, like all newborns, a scrunched up little monkey who was adorable, if a little fractious when awake.
So the next couple of weeks were taken up with sorting out stuff for Conference and popping around to see Charlie. Our senior citizens' bus passes were proving a bonus getting us across the city and back. We hired a small panel van for a week so we ...
... with the Gunpowder Plot, and is commemorated in England every November 5th, when his effigy is traditionally burned on a bonfire commonly accompanied by a firework display. In recent years there have been several movies where masks of Guy Fawkes have been worn (such as V for Vendetta), or Halloween costumes depicting his likeness.
Then we walked down several alleyways to arrive at the entrance of what is known as The Shambles. The ...