Premier Inn Newcastle South
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Today we went to the Metrocentre which is the biggest shopping centre in all of Europe. After that we went to the Scotland vs Samoa game with my Scottish cousin Nick, and Leaine and Frank came too and I was supporting Scotland and they won 36 to 33.
Then when the game ...
... we drove to our hotel where we were staying near the Tyne River. And then we walked over the Millennium bridge that goes over the Tyne. We had a walk around town where there were lots of All Black supporters.
... right opposite the stadium. Had one beer there then it was time to head in (after the girls ravaged all our left over fish and chips!). The stadium was so much more Awesome than I had expected. From TV you can only see the small stand. But beyond this all the stands go up about three or four tiers. The stadium was at capacity with 52,000 people - the biggest crowd I've ever been at. Our seats were in a corner and reasonably high up but still had a ...
Or something like that was being cheered loudly at st James park, where the Springboks were playing Scotland. Ok maybe it was just "Bokka Bokka!" Being chanted by the boisterous South Africa fans. A pretty crazy day as I got a message from Keith about 1130 the night before letting me know he had an extra ticket to the South Africa-Scotland match being played in Newcastle. I let him know yes and then after spending 30 minutes on the phone in ...
... Arcade. Chinatown here is surpassed even by Fortitude Valley.
However, Quayside is very impressive especially The Millennium Bridge which moves up at certain times during the day. An engineering wonder! Took a look at the Baltic (Museum of Contemporary Art) and the Sage (Music Hall) before collecting Andrew's car and driving to Blanchland through the Pennines - what a barren area it is on the higher parts - can just imagine it snow covered in winter. Our lunch ...