Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre West
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... on my leggings around the hostel. They keep my legs warm. People were not pleased. Apparently that's the worst thing one can do - wear Liverpool socks in Manchester, especially when they lose to Liverpool the night before. I saw the Manchester stadium, ... David Beckham. That's ...
What can I say about Liverpool? It is a port city, historical, industrial city. It has a lot of full bars, even on a Sunday. And that's not a good thing From what iv seen its a hard working town. From what I read, Liverpool is a very safe city. It doesn't ...
... blog to keep you all abreast of what's cracking in Nam, because you weren't there man! So if you're even vaguely interested, you never know there might be one or two, then watch this space. I'll post whenever I feel like it (I'm not really doing this for you...). Peace! ...
... been 6 years since our last trip and we've always said we would do it again and now it's finally happening! Our plan at the moment is a rough one, we get on a plane to Moscow first thing in the morning where we will spend a couple of nights before we get on the Trans-Siberian express for our 5 day train journey to Mongolia! (Providing that the tickets get delivered to our hotel). We then plan on about 10 days in Mongolia before jumping back on the train to take us to China. From ...
... attraction, such flatbread, cheese making, and weaving. We tried but failed to find an area of local restaurants, settling for a French bistro with a "bar" menu - go figure. We rode the commuter train back to our hotel which is near the international airport. Day 39, July 10th: Stockholm to Portland, Oregon, via Reykjavik, Iceland and Seattle, Washington. This is our last day and was taken up with traveling. We gained all of the hours we lost on day one crossing nine time zones. Our travel began at about 10:30 am local time and . . . ...