Premier Inn Oldham Central
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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.
... and went through the Bay Horse Passage and Bay Horse Court, which is a narrow walkway next to the Bay Horse pub. We haven't ever been to this pub - I wonder why?
Seems we always have to stop for a coffee or tea when we are out, so today we went to the Pink Teapot, which was very cute, with waitresses wearing pink kerchiefs on their heads and all pink teapots.
Paul and I ...
Set off from home just before 2.30pm. Had a good ride over on the motorway as you do. Got within 48miles of Manchester City and we had to drop down to 50mph then 40mph because of queueing. So had a steady run then it picked up again, then we came upon more queues. Then incident ahead which appeared to be roadworks. We were pleasEd to get off the M62 onto the M60. Geoff had already checked where we needed to be on Google ...
... than what Wainwright gave but I mentioned it in the blog on which day that mattered.
*In addition to Stedman's coast to coast guidebook, I would buy an OS grid fold-out map. We did not have one, but I wished we had. We used the Harvey maps and I only brought them just in case we were way off track and it did ease my confidence that we had them. They were very helpful in getting us to Osmotherly off the trail. But I found the OS grid maps easier to read for the brief ...
... Bar code, what's a bar code when you can write in 4 different places. The Hall itself is an impossibly crooked Elizabethan structure built by John Moreton, a yeoman farmer in 1504. There is not a straight line or right angle in the entire place. Built on marshlands, it owes it existence to being held in the same family until the 1930s. More lead light than even Graham could contemplate. Amazing place. It being only ...