Pensioners lived in a Travelodge for 22 years

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  1. Pensioners lived in a Travelodge for 22 year - as long as I spent in the "Andrew", and they gave me medal for undetected crime for less.
     
  2. 22 years?!

    22 hours in one was enough for me! :pukel:
     
  3. My God, not even Alan Partridge lived in a Travelodge for that long....
     
  4. Dad spend £1.2k per month in a "charity" rest home. Sounds like a bargin as the rooms are similar apart from the personal touches
     
  5. Yes the second option of a life on the ocean waves appeals to me with all mod cons and regular changes of scenery . No crime or crap great stuff . One aspect for ' that time ' is the prospect of Davey Jones' Locker for the final resting place . All makes sense to me although I would choose P & O for old times sake after travelling on a couple of the ' old ones ' . Wouldn't want to be prone to sea-sickness though .
     
  6. They must have a pretty good pension!
     
  7. the_matelot

    the_matelot War Hero Moderator

    Good on them-if they're happy with it and it's safe for them and it's cheaper than a residential home, then why not?
     
  8. Nice one!

    Not sure they'll be able to do it forever though.
    Does Travelodge accomodate for the mentaly ill, or incontenance etc?
    :tp: :laughing6:
     
  9. ....they never questioned me when I stayed
     

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