The Railway Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at was the Loaded Dog. I decided it was time to go home, but when I walked out I got a big hug from Izzy who had just arrived to the pub with the American Studies bar crawl group. She convinced me to stick around for a while and I had a lot of fun. As I'm writing this, I'm thinking maybe I should give up trying to make completely new friends and just try to be closer friends with all of Ruth's friends she introduced me ...
... it has very good internet/wifi connectivity and we are just about to put brekkie to the test. So well done Ibis, cheap but sure not nasty. But I don't think there would be lots of stays longer than a single night. We've just had brekkie. Billed as a healthy lite start to the day experience had us ready for very little but again the hotel has proved frugal but functional. Yogurt, fruit and pastries may not a full English breakfast ...
In the square there was a mini food festival going on, i had a quick look around and then headed off on a walk again. I found another bookshop, picked up a book and then walked back to the Bullring shops. I went to the waterstones, then went to the hostel via some markets. Here at the hostel i officially checked in, went to the room, where there was a guy sleeping, i unpacked, updated, got ready for the next ...
... We help him out.
The guided tour lasts about an hour. We begin in the back yard before entering the three terraced houses, each renovated to a different time period. We climb the first, then through a secret door to descend house number two, back into the yard for house three and into the attic if shop one for more of the same down and up and down again through attic of sweet shop and finishing ...