The Hydro Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... several festivals throughout the year. Right passed Platt Fields I walk into Rushholme, otherwise known as The Curry Mile. This is the most interesting section of my walk to class! It is a full mile dedicated to residents from the Middle East and other locations. This is a full mile filled with traditional dress shops, shisha cafes, and food ranging from Afghanistan to India. The scent of curry is literally in the air, hence the name Curry Mile! ...
... nutritionist and continuing to study to become a naturopath
-made 3 life long friends (well at least I hope that they are anyway)- Jilly, Padi and Tarneeka
-learned to cook better and continue detoxing my body
-created my own blog, which is not the one that you're reading right now, rather my own blogsite and I'm rather pleased that I've managed to single handedly set it up, whilst not pulling all my hair out
-I have been studying this year for ...
... ahead of us it would have been rude not to find the nearest bar! Prosecco at 08.20 is a delight! At this point we had a brain wave, we made a pact that at each new destination (bear in mind there are a fair few) we will have a bottle of Prosecco. After lunch and more Prosecco it was time to board the Virgin flight to New York City! We shortly realised that we were sat behind Mr and Mrs fidget bum! The woman spoke to us like we were 5 about putting her seat back whilst the man ...
... doesn't hold a candle to the likes of Brunswick St. Although it may start to liven up around 11pm or something. Now, after 10 days of pretty mild weather (only 1 day of actual drizzle), the wind got very icy and biting this evening. Was cold for the first time since I came. Still no rain luckily! So, England and Wales have been most incredible. Off for a week in Scotland starting tomorrow. Looking forward to ...
... me, this time we decided on where to go, checked the bus time table and headed off to Peel. I am starting to understand why people keep coming back time and time again to the I.O.M and not just for the racing..it really is a beautiful place to see and the locals are polite, friendly and more than helpful. Peel had the remains of an old castle that we went to look around, on entry we were given a radio type unit that gives a run down on each area you looked at, all you had to ...