Premier Inn Wrexham
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Next week will officially be the half way mark of my study abroad experience and I honestly can't believe it has already been 3 months. It's been the most incredible time and every day gets better and better. The last few weeks have especially cemented how much I love Chester and the people here.
A few weeks ago was the Christian Union's Events Week. The whole week was full of events that discussed hot ...
... as twin with single beds. Every hotel we have had our own beds with single doonas. Our tour guide has phoned ahead and tried to change our bookings but some of the hotels are booked out and can't make the change) and dinner was delicious. The only negative - only 30mins of free wifi. Bedtime now, not much to report besides the bus journey and shopping. yah we are no longer in Scotland - I can't wait for a good nights sleep.
Next stop: Dublin ...
... have a wander around, Franchesca buys a book, not happy if theres money in her wallet. Head back out, got a little lost but finally on the right road and this time Clares home. She was definatley suprised, well I had told everyone I was coming!!! So sat and caught up, Daniel is so big now, in high school, he was in a pushchair last I saw him.Finally callled it a night and headed back to the hotel KFC for dinner, very healthy ...
... beams were as low as I remembered (one had a sign saying Duck or Grouse) but the free wifi was a concept that no one would have imagined when we were last there.
We walked back to the car via a fruit shop and headed back as the weather was getting worse. It had been fine although cold but it had clouded over and soon started to rain. We both had coughs and had had headaches so it was good to settle in to our Shrewsbury home early and catch up with the news and ...
... because there is an optional dinner tonight in Liverpool. I didn't go to that, and so I went into a little village called Frodstum with tow other women and one of them paid for my meal! Sweet.
Tour guide: "Prince Charles married his lovely wife Camilla..."
Everyone on tour: PFFTTT!!!
Tour guide: "Come on now, it's not her fault..."