Black Firs Guesthouse

Address: 113 Coleshill Road, Marston Green, Solihull, West Midlands, England, B37 7HT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Hodge Hill area of Marston Green, is near Aston Hall, Blakesley Hall, Grand Prix Karting, and Castle Bromwich Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Marston Green

Remove Unwanted Tattoo

A travel blog entry by kathleenewords on Dec 09, 2014

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... way of delivering an exact amount of energy.

The high energy light breaks up the ink particles into tiny fragments which are taken up by the macrophage scavenger cells in the skin, and carried away by the body's waste removal systems. As the pigment is carried away, the tattoo gradually disappears. Simple tattoos may dissolve after about three tre
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Rugby Part 2

A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Dec 04, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

Harry Potter World!!! Love the books, like the movies so of course had to go and see the exhibit. It's great if you are a die hard fan of the movies as all the items are the original props, sets and costumes from the movies, but it is a license to print money and not so much fun for the littlies. We tried butter beer (tastes like creaming ...

Stourbridge and Bidford-on-Avon

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 24, 2014

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The great thing about winter in UK is that , at some time each day, you get warm! Woke to see sun but thick frost on the Boomer windows, in a lovely warm house. Another chance to look at "The Family Tree"over brekkie. Then set off for Stourbridge, where John had arranged to buy a new air compressor. Duly fitted new compressor. John left parts of two previous ones to be "cobbled" into one more spare. ...

Worcester and Ombersley

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 23, 2014

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... Saw memorial to the composer Elgar, who was born nearby. (His birthplace museum shut for winter.) The cathedral is impressive, with lovely crypt. This building, the third on the same site, was built in 1084. We saw the tomb of King John, and of Prince Arthur. It also contains the remains of St. Wulfstan and St. Oswald. Then a quick look at the enclosed cloisters.   Then walked though the pedestrian precincts of the city, which seemed lovely and ...

Day 32. Bideford to Stratford

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

An early start to the day but it was not going to help. We were supposed to be in Bath by 10.00. We had traffic delays and roadworks, detours and squeezing along narrow roads. It was 11.30 before we got there. One and a half hours lost from our day. We were allowed to stay until 1.15. We drove though the Royal Park and saw the Georgian Crescent and the Circle. Beautiful Georgian Houses built during ...