Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
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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 ...
Today sees us leaving Witton Gilbert with Passports! Vicky took us to Durham Station and then we caught the train and bus to Manchester Airport! The whole journey went very smoothly, with the exception of lugging large cases up and down stairs at York but hey ho! Very early in Airport - 1hr before gate opened. Looking forward to being frisked by Si but he's in Teneriffe! Both well and now waiting for Gate to open and signing off for next ...
... we all piled, muttering/cursing, onto the next train half an hour later; we talked to a guard who should have been on the original train, and he told us that at the last minute the emergency brake failed its test, so perhaps it was a good job it was cancelled. From then on it was quite straight forward, thank goodness, and we arrived at Manchester airport in good time.
... dates from the 1200s but apparently there was originally some sort of beacon from the fifth century and is supposed to have been started by a monk. The tower was built by the Earl of Pembroke who was Strongbow’s son-in-law, and no, I don’t mean the person who invented Cider! The custodians of the light were a group of monks who lived on the Peninsula. Loftus Hall is a large house that has had a varied history, but it’s claim to fame is that it ...
... afternoon but when caught in the wind it was still cold. We picked this window of sunshine to head up to Cloud 23, a bar and city views from the 23rd floor of the Hilton Hotel. We got a good view of the greater Manchester area and an idea of the size of the city, not as many high rises as I expected but an excellent view of the area. The sun doesn't set til about 10pm so it wasn't surprising to realise that by about 9pm we hadn't yet had dinner so ...