Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre West
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... checked out a few shops too. It looks like it's quite an arty alternative town as well as having the old traditionals here too. Locals are friendly and have heaps of dogs. They take it all for granted as one does when one grows up in a place.
But check out the photos. I have rarely repeated shots of an arch so these will be almost all different ones, of various shapes and sizes. As well as a few other things I saw on my excursion.
... up which had put the bridge out of operation for both cars and boats. Apparently there has been a more serious mishap at Stone (which is where we got our boat from last time). A paddle had broken in one of the locks (the paddles are the bits that respond to our vigorous winding to allow water into the locks, or stop it getting into the locks). This meant that that lock could not be used and as there is not much in the way of ...
... we obviously came off at a different junction and got lost. Had to ask at a garage. Ended up going back onto motorway for one junction and we found it ok must have been around 4.45pm. On ground floor and just outside is our car where we leave it until 27th. There is a NT walk round the hotel so will probably go and give it a go also have a meal either here or to a pub nearby. Went to pub Honey Bees ten mins walk away. Very nice ...
... with all the toys at Nanny's for a few hours.
I went for a jog along Morecambe waterfront and took in the views of mud flats and cloud! No pretty Lake District in sight...maybe tomorrow.
Matt and I planned the next few days. We booked to take the kids to Legoland in Manchester and decided to head off to Beatrix Potter in the Lake district ...
... as it was an early start to get to old Trafford stadium for the Manchester United tour. Out of the four of us, this tour meant the most to Stuart. He has been a Manchester United fan since he was born, it seems it's hereditary as both his father and brother share this passion too. It was a good tour, it started off in the museum and we read stories about players, saw mountains of jerseys - and I mean mountains and read some interesting newspaper articles. I did learn about ...