Holiday Inn Express Stafford M6 Jct. 13
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... other side, ostrich burgers were high on the menu with several stalls selling them, along with Aberdeen Angus and reindeer burgers, this was a bit hard to explain to son, he was worried that Santa may not get to him as the reindeer had been made into a blitzenburger, got round this by saying that the reindeer who made the grade went to help Santa, those that didnt made the burgers, this was fine until he thought ...
... 10 miles up the road. Seeing the Mumford gig was growing closer & closer I just bit my lip and put up with it. We quickly showered and got yet another cab, this time to LG Aarena. The venue was great and really suited the gig. We were in the Stading section and after grabbing Leah some merch we headed to a good spot where we stayed most of the gig. We missed the first support and to be honest I didn't care to remember heir names. Next we're Dawes, they we ok, had ...
... ornamental trees bearing berries. They really like Rowan/sorbus/Mountain Ash and these trees are often used to make supermarket car parks and similar places less grim and off-putting - so this is where you might find them.
Today's Waxwings were almost against the form, being in a pleasant enough residential area a couple of miles from Wolverhampton city centre. They weren't hard to find because there was an ornamental Rowan absolutely dripping with pink ...
The open sewers (not everywhere thankfully but enough of them!) and thus the smells
The roads and traffic. There appears to be NO lane discipline. As far as we can tell, the driver has to be very careful not to hit anyone from behind. That seems to be the only rule of the road. Wagons without rear lights also make driving at night hazardous
The railways - only because of the toilet facilities....
Would we go again? You betcha we ...
... old enough to fend for themselves. This is assumed to be an evolutionary adaptation that prevents them from being attacked by adults – including their own parents. These two were sitting close together at the side of the road and did not fly away when my car got nearer. They were probably too tired to bother.
The next 30 or so minutes of driving on country lanes in between Hunstanton, Ringstead and nearby Sedgeford was fascinating. There were hundreds ...
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