Premier Inn St Helens South
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... court was decorated as a cruise ship which was appropriate! Then to the runway park to see the planes jetting off....the power of Facebook let us see my friend Alyson's plane go off for her jolly holiday !! 2 hours till the alarm is going to kindly buzz at me so will attempt another ...
... a window seat (hooray, my favourite) and had great views once we had cleared the rain clouds over Malta.
I managed to spot the mountains of Corsica then the weather really cleared as we crossed the snow-capped peaks of the Pyrenees; the good views continued and I saw the Eastenders map come to life as we flew over London. The sun was shining as we flew ...
... the beach at Bognor in the UK!
Further along the prom was an interesting place – the local Bocci club. People were playing a match so we stopped to watch for a while. Its a game similar to boules, which we’ve enjoyed playing in France & Spain, but the “balls” are very different: a TINY silver jack, 2 colours for opposing teams, with each having 3 spherical ones and 3 large sort of cylinders ...
Left Euston Station in London on the train heading north, to St Helens (via Wigan). This is where Barry grew up. St Helens is an industrial town in the northwest part of England. What use to be called Lancashires, now called Merseyside. The major industries here use to be the glass industries (plate and bottles), and coal mining. At it’s height there were eight coal ...
... here, but the weather wasn't very kind to us.
Liane drove us out to the airport in plenty of time, so we had a relaxing cup of coffee and waited to board our plane.
We were lucky enough to get a spare seat each as the plane wasn't full, so Les and I had 2 seats between us, up the back of the plane, so that made it a bit ...