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Address: City Point, Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, M3 6ES, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Salford area of Manchester, is near John Rylands Library, People's History Museum, St. Ann's Square, and Cathedral Church of St. John The Evangelist.
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A travel blog entry by jadestunden on May 31, 2015

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Got home at 0530am and woke up Chown and Chemma with our gifts from Blackpool! Slept most the day and then had a lovely eggs Bene in a town called Lytham. Chown had to head to Glasgow for work so girls night on the couch with pizza and pasta and a good ...

Longest drive ever

A travel blog entry by jadestunden on May 29, 2015

Woke up in an ibis hotel coz Knaps and I had split up and she had the keys. Got back to house and then left at 11am for the North. That was 7 hours ago as I type this and it is a 3 hour drive normally. There was an incident on the freeway and they just closed it?! What the actual ****. 8 hours stuck in a car together has sucked but we made it funny ...

Day 2 London

A travel blog entry by jadestunden on May 28, 2015

... moaning about the weather and then selfie sticked through the market :) Walked along the river and headed over to the south side to look for a coat and boots for bday party coz it was so cold. Ended up at Oxford street in Primark (primani) and had shopping assistance all day from Chown Chown' don't u have pizza in Australia?' Walked through Soho and theatre district and had a pint where I proceeded ...

We did nothing. Why is this blog so long?

A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 07, 2015

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... br> We had lunch at Nando's. It's come a long way since we last had Nando's in Australia about 10 years ago. It was pretty classy, compared to what we remembered.

Then we headed back into the city, to a major train station, so that we could get this railcard sorted out. After some confusion it was done, and our ticket to Liverpool for tomorrow was also bought. At this point we decided to flag the other museum visit. It wasn't yet 3, and it was in fact sunny and nice, but ...


A travel blog entry by jamestug on Dec 19, 2014

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... up a quick vanilla and white chocolate milkshake. Sun back out, we took to the many winding stairs leading up to the monuments 4 viewing platforms, gradually gaining height and a better view of Edinburgh and the ice skaters below.