Premier Inn Oldham Central
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Last day in Sheffield - and last full day in England for that matter. It's been an interesting ten days. The aim of this trip was to get back in touch with my English side, especially the language - to try to regain some kind of fluency in my native tongue. And I suppose it's worked, at least a bit. I have had to swallow a few Swedish words that were doing their utmost to escape from my lips, and some have even succeeded in sneaking their way ...
... my bag i discover that i've smuggled a banana in to the country! Me and James exchange a few funny stories via text which make me giggle and passes the time. I killed a few hours watching Cool runnings on my lap top and then more of my friends in the UK started to wake up so I made the most of the free wifi and chatted to people on Facebook. I haven't really slept since I was at home, in my bed, with Konrad. I miss him and have been seeing his ...
... to look like a yuppie tosser). So I take a mental picture instead. And I'm delighted to finally hear people calling each other "duck".
In yet another cafe, the discussion turns to central heating, that ever-topical subject in the British Isles. How expensive it is and why you're better off putting in double glazing instead (said 'double glazing' apparently being plastic sheeting). Most Swedes wouldn't even ...
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... impressive protection, coverage from damaging UV rays, an anti-fog ventilation system…
Technical features - RXThe frame can be equipped with corrective solar lenses.
Natural front air flow thanks to the lens shape or mounting structure
Hold and security, strap length can be adjusted
Inserts at stem ends for comfort and hold, does not stick to hair