Travelodge Stansted Bishops Stortford Hotel
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... 3 hours away from North Manchester! We finally arrived in Manchester at about 8:00pm. I loved this trip and I am so glad I got the opportunity to go on it and learn more about the medical field, but you never know how much you miss Manchester until you arrive back after a long day of flying and driving. Overall, we have learned so much within these past two weeks. This ...
... never did you should. These things are fun, and fun is good.” "You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go..." So! With that in mind, and very little in the way of organised events, I plan to have ...
... car from the street, otherwise Weill incur a hefty daytime fine. Breakfast at Prefab then walked to Te Papa. Found Landcare office on The Terrace. Took cable car to botanic gardens then walked down town through cemetry, hanika, wharf development. Dec 23 Drove around headlands with small sandy coves (including one called Scorching Bay) eventually up to Victoria lookout with views all round of Wellington and the harbour. Very scenic but windy road to 'arty' Greytown over some ...
So what do we do on our first day? We go shopping. One if the old royal stables and horse hospital has been turned into a market bazaar. We wandered through the old stalls sifting through handmade clothing and art as well as the typical flea market Chinese trinkets. ...
... by Eurostar railway that takes the tunnel under the English Channel (the chunnel). I'm old enough to remember seeing on TV the moment when the construction teams on two sides of the chunnel met halfway under the English channel, and they punched a whole through the last few inches of the wall exchanging flags. After 20 years I get to take it! Taking the train at Gare du Nord in Paris was an interesting experience itself. Since ...