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So I spent the night at Hatter’s Hostel in Manchester and it was a really nice stay. I grabbed a bottle of wine and watched the soccer game. When Brazil was getting spanked by Germany with a 5-0 score, I decided to give the wine to one of the girls next to me and retire for the evening.
I awoke at 4:30 unable to fall back asleep with anticipation for Nicolette coming in. I managed my way down to the bus station and on my way to the airport.
... by 11.. so I knew I could get some short shut eye. We actually left on time and then caught the train to head to Clitheroe. Figuring out the trains was a whole new world. But we made it to our destination. So we have that going for us. Which is nice (miss you Nick) We got off the train in Clitheroe and headed down the streets I'm finally familiar with. Picked up the keys to my Grandpas vacant home and went inside. As ...
... for their most loyal customers!!). We set back off on our way to the Waite's sacred Motherland.... The Etihad Stadium! Ben was very excited to replace his lost (and rather interestingly coloured?!?) 1999 devision 2 playoff final shirt! I was even more excited (well if you can't beat them join them!) to receive my very first Football shirt and personalised it 'Mrs Waite 14'.... Now I really ...
... at home with anyone else in the room. This time it was my niece and her boyfriend and his son. The only downside for them was to suffer through a long tutorial on bike racing tactics, ethics and history according to the Gavin brothers. The main event of the day was the ride up to Holme Moss that evening. He will stay there overnight to organize the bike storage at party ...
... day of driving today (Dan didn't realize how long) to Manchester, but we were able to see our last garden, Stourhead, less than an hour away. I hadn't heard of it or a lot of the gardens we visited until I read about them in the National Trust guidebook, but it is well known in England as a landscape garden designed around a large manmade lake in the 1700's. We skipped the house and walked the 2 mile loop around the lake, which was very beautiful. ...
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