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... from the dodgiest park full of drug dealers! After dark we got our halloween on and walked around a pumpkin display thingy held at the zoo. As you'd expect it was very americanised with **** loads of snack stalls. We tried some 'pumpkin spiced ale' which neither tasted of pumpkin or spice but was festive! The carved pumpkins certainly rivalled my 'here's Johnny' from last year! Last but not least...on to ...
... through the gate more than once he would not graduate and if a girl did it she would not get married. Obviously these were really old (and sexist) superstitions but I wonder how many people avoid that gate anyways. We spent the evening in a McDonalds using their wifi and managed to only get a coffee. Yes that's right, we spent like 4 hours in a McDonalds but we didn’t eat anything. That’s some crazy willpower. We spent the evening at the Cranston ...
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... been that bad! Our hearts sank as we were escorted to our table for dinner as the only other couple on the table appeared to be a rather large old woman and her son and we couldn't imagine any lively conversation. Another ancient couple joined us and our spirits sank even lower. Fortunately we were saved as a lively couple of Scousers, who looked to be our age, joined at our end of the table and we did, in fact, have a good evening. The theatre was barely ...
... br> Our first stop after lunch was Peter Pots Pottery, established in 1948, and continuing to be run by potter Oliver Greene and his family.
Their large showroom is in the old Glen Rock Mill where they have a large range of stoneware pottery that includes very traditional blue and brown glazes through to more modern styles.