Mercure Wigan Oak Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... house which was the house his daughter lived in. Yet another beautiful Tudor style home. After walking along the River Avon and getting some ice-cream we headed up North. We stopped in Stoke On Trent for lunch and went to some incredible gardens called Trentham gardens. Amazing views and they were even hosting a college graduation what was great to see. We went through the maze which was a lot of ...
... achievement! I am honoured to score a ticket.
With a student population of 38,000, graduations are a large affair. They are taking place every day over TWO WEEKS at the rate of five ceremonies per day. Admittedly the Whitworth Hall is vastly smaller than Robert Blackwood at Monash, but far more impressive. It is a mid-1800's hall oozing more Victorian Gothic Revival than any Harry Potter building. There is a magnificent pipe ...
... The final flight of an historic cold war supersonic British Vulcan bomber happened to occur during our lunch as the cherry on top.
Our exploration of the palace grounds was heightened by the presence of the illustrator for 'The Gruffalo' book series. We were able to act the role of the privileged 18th century aristocracy, playing ring toss and lawn bowling, wandering the gardens, all with Gruffalo inspired activities for the kids interest.
... an hour writing down word for word everything that needs to be input regarding the business - starting with ...Switch on the computer. Phew!! I didn't realise till I did this how much work I actually do!!!
Well better go and do a final check - next time you hear from me I will be either checking in on my flight or in Canada....woohooooo!!!
... assisted now and again by the crew of two boats that we were inadvertently holding up, but mostly we were a crew of just two, the Captain and me. Sadly, Corrie was of no use whatsoever!
We got through 13 locks before lunch, at which time the two boats passed us by. From then on we were on our own. We got into a rhythm and made slow but steady progress. It all worked ...