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UK Premier Inn, Manchester - June 2018

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Premier inn Manchester

 

Visited with @GK-WAX and @vulex we was after a little get together so decided on a nice relaxed evening chilling on the Manchester skyline. After a very hot day was good to unwind and take in Liverpool he view and watch the world go by below us.

 

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Some nice pictures. But you should pay attention to a straight horizon. ;) 

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