Looking sassy as ever, even at 9am!
I also picked up some glasses which I put on straight away cos it was pretty sunny.
And naturally we had to take a joint selfie with our new sunnies.
After spending some £'s there we walked through Sheffield and into Orchard Square and picked up a coffee from Costa. My mum had told Gavin that Cost was better than Starbucks so he had to test that theory.
I had an iced caramel latte. It was delicious.
The results of Costa VS Starbucks are:
Costa 1 - Starbucks 0.
We walked around Sheffield city centre and had a mosey around the Peace Gardens which is currently doing Sheffield at the Beach so there was a lot of rides and stalls in the Peace Gardens.
I showed Gavin Sean Beans star, obviously that had to be done!
Any Sheffield'er boasts about Sean Bean being from here!
We walked through to the Winter Gardens and Gavin had a picture with the famous silver balls.
I wanted to show Gavin the Sheffield Steel metalworks exhibition inside the Winter Gardens as we were discussing sheffield Steel yesterday.
I enjoyed some of the cards they had on display with Yorkshire slang on them.
Once we had seen all the sights inside the Winter Gardens, we took a walk around by the Crucible and the Lyceum Theatre.
We then walked down to the bus station to sort out a bus pass for Gavin and then to the train station to meet Daisy.
I popped into Superdrug as I was looking for some mini products to take to Pride on the weekend.
And I was looking for some highlighter.
Here's what I picked up:
Once we met Daisy we went to Saigon 68 for some Vietnamese food and a catch up.
I ordered some Salt & Pepper Bean Curd for the table and for my main I had Vietnamese Chargrilled Beef with Vermicelli noodles.
We talked for ages, it was nice catching up with Daisy as she is now on a different team as me so I don't see her at work often.
And it was Daisy and Gavin's first meeting so they had a lot to talk about.
We made our way to Division street after that as I'd seen some crazy milkshakes on instagram and I wanted to try them!
They were from a place called Lucky Fox.
It's a small little joint but its really nifty.
It's got quite a bit of American memorabilia and art work.
They had two different milkshakes.
I went for the Chocolate & Maple Waffle shake.
Daisy and Gavin went for the Lucky Shake which was chocolate and strawberry with a jame donut on top.
Once those mammoth milkshakes were done we made our way down to the train station.
I had heard that the Women Of Steel statue had been moved to the town centre so I had a look.
Gavin and I took a tram to Crystal Peaks where we popped into Wilkinsons.
Here's what I picked up there:
Gavin wanted to get the Harry Potter & the Cursed Child book so we popped into H M smiths and he picked it up.
Looking forward to reading it after he is done.
We then went to Sainsburys to do some grocery shopping with my parents and I picked up some China Rose tea and a pair of cute pink trainers.
It was a super busy day!
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