Premier Inn Sheffield - Meadowhall
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... 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 ...
... to stretch our legs. Stopped at a pub and had a drink and free wifi so was able to get in touch with Ross and the outside world. The sun then came out and it was quite hot. Tony bought a litre bottle of famous grouse for £6.95 which was very good . Back to azura and a spot of sunbathing before saying goodbye to gib and a shower to get ready for the evening ...
... with force nine and high waves later (ooh err) Wander round the ship too cool and Rocky to sit outside. Brodie's for a toffee apple vodka cocktail very nice. Lunch in the Main dining room, chilli con carni and Brown Betty for me and Tony had a cold cuts platter and side salad which he said was very nice. I am stuffed which is nothing new Walked up to deck 15 and it was very wet and rough so back down to Brodie's for a ...
Our adventure begins, as all good stories do, with a large consumption of alcohol.
One night back in August 2013, as I scrolled through my Facebook feed with a wine glass in hand, I noticed an advertised competition from Santander bank: “submit your picture of a #GreatMemory and you could win £100!”. Pretty sweet, right?
After a bottle of Tesco’s cheapest cabernet sauvignon, I reasoned that this would be a great ...
... to have to pay through the nose for the changes, however the vet, just wrote in the new number of the french chip on the passport crossed through the old one, signed and stamped the changes on the passport. She said there was no charge and that the French documentation from Amelie should have been sufficient for the ferry company. Yet again the stereotype of overly officious French officialdom was disproved. So off back to the officious English guy to check in and on ...