Sunday, March 17, 2019

Sunday Post #42, Manchester vibes

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      This weekend I am flying to Manchester (UK) for the first time. I was hoping to go to the game: Manchester United should have played against Manchester City, but they moved the game and, wow, I saved like a fortune on tickets. So the only thing left is to go on a tour on Old Trafford stadium. Should be enough for me, since it is not my favorite team. I am not sure what other sightseeing I might find interesting, but I will definitely check Manchester Liverpool Road railway station, which the oldest railway station in the world (at least I did not find any contradicting information).
    I guess I will not be reading much, but I have great hopes for book stores. Maybe there will be a small Manchester book haul.

 Last on the Blog
Next on the Blog
  • On Monday I will review Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz
  • On Tuesday I will publish March 19, Top Ten Tuesday
  • On Wednesday I will publish WWW Wednesday and Library Loot
  • On Thursday I will review Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
  • On Friday I will publish Friday in Memes #6
 Newcomers on my Shelf
Nothing this week so far.




14 comments:

  1. Glad to see you're going to Manchester. My husband lived there for a while and talked of the mall fondly.

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  2. Manchester sounds like a fun place to explore! Happy visiting!

    Everything I Never Told you- seems like I've heard good things about Celeste Ng. That sounds really familiar!

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    1. Every one seems to talk about her and both her novels some time ago.

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  3. Sucks they moved the football game but you're not wrong when you say you'll have saved a fortune!
    I hope you enjoy your visit.

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    1. And they still say that their tickets are not the most expensive in Premier League))

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  4. Have a great trip! Your plans sound fun. I could really use a vacation.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. Have it)) Do whatever it takes and enjoy it later)))

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  5. Hope you have an awesome trip! Happy reading!

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  6. Have a marvelous time on your trip!

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