Travelodge Sheffield Meadowhall Hotel
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... check where the flight went before we drove all that way, it went to Kazakhstan - we booked three nights in a hotel in Ripley in Yorkshire instead. We got to hotel, hit the room, hit the wifi and sat there cancelling the first batch of hotels we'd painstakingly booked six months ago while in NZ, at least they were free cancelation but it certainly wasn't the start to our trip we'd envisaged. Wednesday January 28th Might have been having rubbish luck with the car but at least ...
... a window seat but upgraded" she said. Well bloody hell, that was twice in one week we'd been upgraded, but this was a bit more worthwhile. Twelve hours on a plane with your legs stretched out instead of up your own **** sounded good to me. We survived another long flight helped by our upgrade "Another drink Sir." - Go on then. And landed at Heathrow 12 hours later. We'd booked a night at the Heathrow Thistle Hotel. Why the Thistle, you may ...
... and difference between England and Australia. Because the students had just had quite an informative lecture from Andy that stimulated plenty of discussion points for the next hour. We discussed the perceptions in schools of D&T. We discussed the age old topic of pencil boxes and we discussed how in some of their schools that it was standard procedure to make a variation to a box at every age level.
Stemming from the ...
... changing step for us.
Anyway back to the leaving of Kerhuel.
I had booked Jess in with Amelie, our French vet, for the required checks and treatments the day before we were due to sail. It always amuses me how Jess seems to 'know' we are going to be leaving either Sheff or Kerhuel. She sort of hangs around us but in a 'keeking' kind of way always appearing half in and half out of rooms or under our feet in the garden. We arrived at Amelie's to find ...
... Probably a combination of all three saw it end up a hundred metres down the hill. The southerly gales that have battered the south coast of Britain have also battered Brittany so perhaps not unexpected.
Still no damage to house or shed reported yet so fingers crossed!!! Global warming brought us a great summer but we could do without all these floods and gales in winter. It seems to me that we dont seem to get winter until Feb, whilst Autumn doesnt seem to start until October.