Travel Blogs from Manchester
It's been a while since my last entry but I have been so so so busy. Next stop was Manchester!!
I woke up bright and early on Monday morning and got ready to leave for the wonderful city of Manchester. I walked with Joel to the station in the morning, waiting for the Dry Cleaner to open. Bloody Indian dry cleaners -they …
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... an hour writing down word for word everything that needs to be input regarding the business - starting with ...Switch on the computer. Phew!! I didn't realise till I did this how much work I actually do!!!
Well better go and do a final check - next time you hear from me I will be either checking in on my flight or in Canada....woohooooo!!!
... with original bakewell pie and tarts, sat down to a pot of tea and tart plus I had a homemade chicken and mushroom pie. Delicious. Time had got away so back to Southwell with Chatsworth left for another day. The Derby pronunciation discussion recommenced! She said: voting is now open on the pronunciation of Derby. I also have the last ...
... stop under some shelter and it will probably pass! We’d been to Old
Trafford before but just for a stadium tour so it was fun to be there for a
game. We got there early and saw the teams come out and warm up. It was a fun
atmosphere. The last friendly type game we went to was in Bremen at the Weser
Stadium for Thorsten Frings and it was a really fun game, lots of jolliness and
lots of goals (that game had stars as well, including ...