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Manchester to welcome back athletes

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Good decision- Manchester to welcome back Olympic heroes (aren't we doing well for a small modest nation?).

Its a chance for the North to showcase some of its delights. Manchester has its share of good eating establishments which range from the cheap "This and That" (three good curries and rice for a fiver) through to some excellent atmospheric places like "El Rincon".

Its got great pubs selling real ale and more than its share of unusual bars, see below:
http://ilovemanchester.com/2014/06/27/hidden-and-secret-bars-in-manchester.aspx#.VfMQ1pFy5dc.facebook

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