Premier Inn Sheffield City Centre Angel St
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... had a great day at Cousin Louise's place talking and listening to music including being surprised by MDSILs love of Jimmy Barnes. Clip after clip, MDSIL was showing us footage on Youtube of Jimmy Barnes screaming and drinking vodka like water, who would have believed it. MDSIL says "what is there not to love about him." as she was showing us her dance moves. MDSIL rattled of a list of must see buildings and numerous pubs to eat at so we promised MDSIL we would go to at least ...
... we did spend some time wandering the town centre.
Boston was only a staging point for the reason for heading this way, and that was for Graeme to stop at Sherwood Forest. As a kid, Graeme read the stories, watched the series on TV and has seen the movies, and could not pass this part of England without calling into the Forest to see it for himself. After going to the Visitor Centre in the Forest, it is quite clear that there was such ...
... The amount of times I got mocked for Britain having an outdated monarchy when half their population cling to an amendment that’s a few hundred years old was a little rich. I digress.
“You know what our problem is, and your country’s too…too many Muslims being let in. Even the moderate ones believe in Jihad you know”
With that, I bravely confronted him by shuffling along saying I needed to use the bathroom before bravely running ...
... tour of the gardens which were wonderful.
Wednesday 16th July - Bollington
Sue & Ken took us to Styal Quarry Bank Mill, where we had lunch & walked around the gardens, which are being restored. They are above & on the side of a, steep cliff above the millstream. In the evening we took them out to dinner in Wilmslow before returning to ...
As I had not seen my three siblings for two years and the eldest of which had just had his first baby, my mum and my brother's wife, Alison, plotted a surprise visit to Sheffield. I walked into their kitchen and before Alison could hide me in the bathroom, my brother, Rupert, walked in. It took him a couple of seconds to register the fact that I was stood in his kitchen instead of in Korea. He yelled my name and we both ...