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... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
... about high winds. The city has a very pleasant feel about it and it is quite compact really. It feels a bit like Chester and I kept expecting to see a city wall but there isn't one. It does have a cathedral and it does have a castle although what remains of this does appear to be enclosed within a brick building and is only open to the public once a week. We did go up the castle motte which is now a pleasant garden area. We found Walkers famous pie shop and ...
... with a metal detector as a farmer was ploughing in Staffordshire! The workmanship in the collection, which dates about 7-8 century, puts our so called modern technology to shame. We have nieces and their families who live in Litchfield and have been over a couple of times. One day for the "Bower Day" which is a sort of show incorporating street parade, fun fair, day out in the park. This originates from the medieval times when an annual muster of ...
... warm liquid chocolate to drink. Our final stop at the end of the tour was ‘The World’s Biggest Cadbury Store’ where Nathan may have gone a little overboard buying too many treats for Traci and the kids, not that they are complaining.
We left Cadbury World at about 3pm and drove into Birmingham where Nathan and Roy had to pose for a photo outside of Edgbaston Cricket Ground. Unfortunately the supporters store ...
... place from the balcony of the Malt House, a lovely pub just up the Old Turn Junction, where the Birmingham and Fazeley canal meets the Birmingham Canal Navigations Main LIne Canal, eating my roast beef and drinking a cold pint of Peroni.
But, when I looked at view in front of me I found something which bother me. Just on the right side a huge building under construction or I should say under ...