Don’t Let the Cat Out of the Bag
Some people are terrible at keeping hot gossip under their hat as they simply have to tell someone. It’s not like they are being devious or sneaky-exciting news needs to be shared, otherwise you would burst. Having a baby or getting hitched is a monumental occasion and you need help in organising things before the actual event occurs. Everyone has seen shambolic episodes of ‘Don’t Tell the Bride’, where the hapless groom and his chums hire out a bouncy castle as a ‘treat’ for their other half, even if they know full well that she has her heart set on a traditional church wedding. Hilarity may ensue, but we doubt that the wife-to-be will find it as amusing somehow. So it is probably best to put your trust in a more experienced and knowledgeable source of info. Mum’s the word in these situations-as they have everything you require at their disposal-a sensible head, a shoulder to cry on and an encyclopaedia’s worth of advice and guidance.
However, sometimes it is best to keep schtum for the moment and make sure that your lips remain tightly sealed. For example, if you told all and sundry that Sherlock Holmes was coming to the Opera House in Manchester from the 25th to the 29th June then you would have a pretty slim chance of securing the best seats in the house. It is important to do a bit of essential detective work before you book these plum tickets, such as where you are going to dine before the performance and then egyptian viagra buy finding the finest accommodation in Manchester which is comfortable, luxurious and, most importantly, affordable.
It’s elementary, really, as the only hotels in Manchester you need to choose from are those situated close to the venue right at the heart of the city centre. And accommodation in Manchester does not get any more relaxing and charming than at The Mitre Hotel. This lovely 32-room guesthouse has proved to be a real hit with locals and travellers alike due to the exceptional levels of hospitality and customer service. If you are heading up from London, down from Edinburgh or West from Yorkshire then Piccadilly and Victoria train station are only a short walk away. Some hotels in Manchester are located further from the shops, bars and restaurants-which means that you would be forking out a fortune on expensive taxi fares. After a show-stopping spectacle, you will discover that there are numerous restaurants in Manchester for you to have a late dinner at, so you won’t be stuck for choice. Chinese; Indian; Thai; Mexican; Italian; there are even a few buffet style diners if you are really ravenous.
If you are looking for restaurants in Manchester which are closer to your temporary home, then we have our own fantastic eatery here at The Mitre Hotel. The Gastro offers Michelin-quality food at extremely reasonable rates, so why not grab a bite after a jaunt to the Opera House? Book a table today and call us on 0161 834 4128 for an unforgettable dining experience.