Stanley House Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Too soon after we were feeling at home in Zambia we were transported to the mysterious, alien world of Madagascar. In Madagascar just the sheer abundance of diversity was astounding, in the ocean and on land. We were blessed to see so much of what the ocean had to offer. I hope to take a away the peacefulness of their way of life. "The object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land, it is at last to set foot on ones own country as foreign land." - G.K. ...
... as the happiness of others but we also have to take time to do what’s right for us. If I had my own way, I’d pack up all of the amazing people in my life and move them with me everywhere I go. Until I win the lotto that’s not going to happen though, so for now I’ll continue working on strengthening relationships with 'home' and hope to remain an active part of everyone’s ...
... to check out the famous Manchester United stadium and the enormous Trafford Centre. Picking apples, looking at Jans caged birds and a big walk up the hill called The Cloud. A great few days, relaxing and simply spending time with the Abrahamse ...
Following London, the remainder of our time in the Great Britain was spent catching up with family, going on day trips and revisiting some of my childhood haunts. Our first stop was Birmingham where we stayed with a cousin of my mums. Earle and his wife Toni made us very welcome and after dinner at their pub 'The Fiddle and Bone' and a good nights sleep, we headed out to explore Birmingham for a few hours. It was lovely walking around the 'canal walk' and visiting the new library that ...
... and find another part of the town that you were not aware of and that has a very different look and feel to all the other places you've seen. Even the map, that the information centre hands out, divides the city/town into 10 different colour coded sections or zones.
In the sunshine Manchester has a strange beauty and vibrancy. The Victorian? buildings look like they should be seen looming out of a heavy fog ...