Premier Inn Manchester Old Trafford
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 1870, and is still in use today for weekly services. After walking past the Catholic Church I run into the University of Manchester, which has beautiful buildings and is located right next to MMU. All the buildings belonging to Manchester Metropolitan University are located around a central park! The park is always filled with students eating lunch and just enjoying the view. MMU has over 30,000 students, therefor you rarely see the same person ...
... family on Monday morning in the beautiful town of Sucre. They'll be providing me with a room, a bed, breakfast, lunch and most likely a shed-load of completely bamboozling, non-English conversation! The rest of the trip I'll keep secret for now... The backpack is packed and all that stands between me and beautiful South America is a MAMMOTH 36-hour journey. Which I'm sure is going to be just FAB! :-| Watch this ...
After a stressful traumatic packing experience and mums coming to the rescue our bags were ready. No space for last minute adding's, what's packed was packed, end of story. With our meeting time confirmed for the early morning it was family time for the last time in a year!!! (Well not for nat but that's another story) After waiting for 10 minuets for Nat to arrive at the airport as Bill managed to get lost in the car park that he always parks in, we queued for the dreaded bag weigh ...
Our unscheduled holiday to the other side of the world comes about not because Oz is on our bucket list of priority destinations (certainly not mine) but simply because of Alice. Who's Alice? This is our lovely daughter who decided to to take leave of her job in paediatric nursing in Neonatal Intensive Care to ...
... e-number filled piece of sugary bread with soggy salad and processed cheese and meat. Presented cheerfully in a crinkly paper wrapper for £3 by a Lithuanian with an urban-Leeds twang.
Sainsburys, Leeds station, probably about 13.02:
You know that technology is steadily killing the concept of common sense when the historically simple act of purchasing a packet of chewing gum now requires two members of staff typing codes into an automated ...