Mercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... inspiration.Further day trips ensued, but for me the trip to the Birmingham classic car show with our host Paul and his mate Tony was like no other show I had ever seen. By the end of our 6 hour hike around historic cars I had only ever read about, I think I had used up my entire years supply of drool ! This place was huge and the exhibits were accessible, the cars exquisite and I can see your eyes glazing over now, but caution to the wind, I saw famous ...
Set off in a very positive mood yesterday. Tardebigge Locks, no probs. Don't know what the weather was like around your way but it was very hot where we were. Although there are 30 locks in the space of just over two miles, they are single and easy to handle. They take you through beautiful countryside and it's very open so, good views. Three and a half hours later we were still locking down and we'd had enough. It was the heat that made ...
... where we could let Hugo off. There were no roads – just towpaths and bridges.
We asked in the Sealife Centre about tourist information and they directed us to the new Library of Birmingham, just recently opened. We walked through ICC to get there and enjoyed going up in the lifts to the roof gardens.
We went to the café and discovered that all the prices ended in 9p, 19p, 29p etc. So a hot chocolate was £2.09. They must think we are idiots if they ...