Premier Inn Sheffield - Meadowhall
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... it from their point of view. Maybe they only had the one phone and they had to queue to use it? Perhaps they had to go to the phone box down the road and they'd run out of 10p's? Maybe they were just ignorant? Tuesday January 27th We'd had to hire a car when ours broke down so we decided to go to the car dealer today and try and get some proper info, time was running out and it didn't look like we'd be off on Wednesday, but you never knew. We were about half an hour away ...
... and friends. Lots of wonderful hospitality chucked our way, and loads of lovely food, drink and laughs. There's no better feeling than feeling loved and we've had a lot of that. We've bought heaps of stuff for our trip including a car with a convertible roof, handy for Spain, maybe not Norway, but you never know. We should have also bought a book that told us how to condense big things into small spaces because we seem to have too much to fit into the ...
... meet another friend who we would catch up with later and experience an English pub, however after pulling up to the pub at 11pm, we were to buggered to even wake up and get out of the car... so home we go, save the pub for tomorrow night when we can really give it a crack.
Shower and bed was the plan, however Zarah and I found a little red box near the power switch in the room we were staying in...what else do you do when you ...
... a Cleggy coalition again.
Disaster strikes when we wake up on Monday to a very listless and ill doggy. Off to the Vets on Tuesday and five days later bring a very ill little dog home. Six days and £3.000 later we still have our Jess but no real idea as to what is wrong with her. Small comfort that one of the vets describes their fees as 'obscene'. Seven pounde per minute for administering medecines does seem to be taking the biscuit especially as Jess has to stay in over night ...
... in the UK. Unfortunately the weather in the UK was turning for the worst, Ann phoned to warn me that the snow was falling fast. The upshot of all the snow in the UK wasthe late arrival of the plane in France, a subsequent diversion from East Mids to Birmingham airport where we landed at 2245. A night on the station at Brum for me, as all the city centre hotels were fully booked with revellers, football fans and stranded travellers. Finally after 26 hours I got home, not a journey I care ...