Ramada Manchester Salford Quays
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Manchester Salford Quays
Travel Blogs from Salford
... checked out a few shops too. It looks like it's quite an arty alternative town as well as having the old traditionals here too. Locals are friendly and have heaps of dogs. They take it all for granted as one does when one grows up in a place.
But check out the photos. I have rarely repeated shots of an arch so these will be almost all different ones, of various shapes and sizes. As well as a few other things I saw on my excursion.
... many boats were piling up there, unable to get back to where they were hired from, leaving the hire companies with quite a headache.
Today we have motored on lazily. No locks today. A slightly ammended plan means we head up the Peak Forest canal in a few miinutes (when we've done getting water). There are no locks there either and it's supposed to be a very nice quiet stretch.Tomorrow we plan to walk up Kinder Scout, one ...
Set off from home just before 2.30pm. Had a good ride over on the motorway as you do. Got within 48miles of Manchester City and we had to drop down to 50mph then 40mph because of queueing. So had a steady run then it picked up again, then we came upon more queues. Then incident ahead which appeared to be roadworks. We were pleasEd to get off the M62 onto the M60. Geoff had already checked where we needed to be on Google ...
... long before the umpires stopped the game due to bad light. This was very frustrating as the floodlights were on, and it seemed quite light out in the middle. Also Australia were batting, so the only danger was to the Aussies however they were happy to keep playing. Anyway we waited around for about an hour before they called an end to the day's play. A disappointing end to the day and probably the end of this Ashes series as the forecast for the final day was rain, so ...
... going. After nine hours, Hall went limp. He appeared to be dead, and the Sherpas were ordered by their leader to leave him on the mountain. Checking one last time for signs of life, one of the men poked Hall in the eye. When there was no response, they gathered his backpack, food, water and extra oxygen and returned to the high camp.
Just hours before, another climber, a German man ...