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Off to Manchester after supper to be next to the airport for the early morning flight! Need to check in at 6.40 am (sigh)... But very excited to get on the way! Hoping for an upgrade due to it being my birthday (10th feb), however, will be very surprised if i get one! Fingers crossed. Etihad flight to Bangkok via Abu Dhabi ...
... and woke up like kids on Christmas excited to hit the roller coasters!
Allton Towers did not disappoint....dreamworld is for babies.
So many amazing rides, including the fastest in the world, blink and it's over.
Had a fantastic day, leaving a 6pm and driving through the beautiful country scenery and seeing gorgeous traditional English brick homes with beautiful gardens...oh so cute.
The plan for this evening ...
... was a new notice up in the Surgery. It announced that because of a reduction in funding by the Government that patients would have to wait at least a week for an appointment with a Doctor!! Mysteriously the notice is gone the next day!!
NHS safe with this lot - you must be kidding - and now Clegg is talking about a future coalition with Labour. I hope they only have a handful of seats in 2015 let alone be part of a Government.
Few will forget the broken promises ...
... look around St Malo as I would have to get a taxi to the Airport. Dinard Airport is on the other side of the Rance Estuary and there isnt a bus to it. A taxi ride across the barrage, and over the nuclear power station underneath it, meant I got there in plenty of time. I had enjoyed my first experience of the excellent French railway system. Both the very picturesque branch lines and the TGV from Guincamp to Rennes were a pleasure. Much better than the overcrowded, expensive ...
... and the current structure is 540 feet long and 200 feet high. It is the largest Gothic church north of the Alps. By the way, Minster is Old English for Monastery.
Guy Fawkes (1570-1606) was born here, so adjacent to the York Minster, we saw a sign for his birthplace. Guy Fawkes converted to Catholicism, and as a young man fought for Spain against the Protestant Dutch reformers. He was associated with a group of plotters who secured the lease to ...