Days Inn Corley NEC
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... news from Paris which is awful, and still unfolding. Had a delicious take away as is the usual Friday evening meal here. More chat and then an early night. Have to be up earlier tomorrow as Diane and myself are going to a ladies breakfast at 8am for an 8.30 start. Cannock folk note it is a LADIES breakfast!!!. A very relaxed start to be big ...
... Have been here before but how it has changed. Lovely flight here. Wonderful food and a lovely cozy seat/bed. Can't wait to see what the next plane is like. Much larger apparently with more facilities. Wow. I will never want to fly again after this experience in Business class lol. Have met a lovely Syrian couple with a year old ...
Clothes sorted and ready to pack. Cold still hanging around but much better. Said a few family farewells and just a few more ends to tie up tomorrow. I will be glad now to be on the plane. Had a txt today to say that it will be ONLY 38 degrees on Thursday when I arrive instead of 43 which it is today. I will probably not have time tomorrow to write, but will keep informed by email and Facebook while I am away. see you all just before ...
... We continued to eat our way around the markets however! We had waffles, donuts, more mulled wine and even had deep fried cheese. We finished off the night with a ride on the Ferris wheel, which was a little scary going up for me as I'm not so good with heights. But once I realised that we were pretty secure, it was a lovely ride looking over the city on a clear night with the full moon ...
... day alone on the boat/at the wharf by taking naps, visiting a coot sitting on a nest of 6 eggs across from our boat, smoking a Cuban cigar, and drinking a pint at the pub. It was a good day for us all. Dinner, of course, was pork pies and pasties. The pork pies were a big chunk of ground pork surrounded by aspic, in a nice flaky crust. The taste? Not our favorite, particularly if, like me, you're not a big fan of gray ground meat. But as they say, while in Melton Maubry, do as the . . ...