Conference Aston Hotel
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... a weird caramel flavoured froth on the top) and managed to restrain ourselves in the gift shop to one fridge magnet each. Today we went to Warwick Castle - the oldest medieval castle still standing in England - it has it's 1,100th birthday this year. The state rooms were updated by the Earls of Warwick from 1600 - 1900, but the castle ...
I hate this city. HATE it. it's the kind of place that makes me want to go home. I knew I wasn't going to like it based on previous glimpses from trains. after coming thru three times my opinion hasn't changed.
stay #1. what was supposed to be a one night layover turned into two. the blame is fully on myself, I picked a cheap hotel smack in the center full of oblivious throngs rushing to spend their $$$ on junk in grimy stores. no green space around ...
Our hotel in Birmingham was near the New Street train station. Our walk from the station to our hotel gave us the opportunity to walk through the New Street shopping district and Victoria Square. The shopping district was pretty cool, it was a pedestrian zone with a narrow cobbled street. Victoria Square had some pretty unique sculptures. We had dinner ...