Holiday Inn Birmingham-Bromsgrove

Address: Kidderminster Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England, B61 9AB, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Kidderminster Road, Bromsgrove, is near The Red House Glass Cone, Hagley Hall, Lapworth Museum of Geology, and City Centre Gardens.
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      A travel blog entry by taramarika on Feb 08, 2015

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      I'm spending two weeks in Birmingham! And my niece and nephew are awesome! Ava now gets me put her to bed every night! It's great! And this time she'll remember me! I made a pavlova with her and that went very well! We've also gone to some indoor play places which she has really enjoyed. she likes showing me what she can do! Saturday we went to a beer festival! It ...

      Just call me Robin

      A travel blog entry by mandyhebert on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... a Starbucks at the bus station, and the servers just keeps calling me Robin haha - I think it's cute though! I'm so excited to meet my housemates back home - apparently we have a new person too! I'm even more excited to have a bedroom to myself though - you have no idea. After staying in 8 different mixed dorm room hostels, I just need some space! Well, time to catch my bus and settle down for a bit in Swansea - my home away from home :) Until my next traveling adventures, ...

      The Brummies revenge

      A travel blog entry by garyorme on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... area grew to include fish markets, horse trading and butchery. Legend has it that a large corn market was also on site and within that was a 'Green' where a large iron ring sat. Bulls were tied to the 'ring' while waiting slaughter and the name Bulllring stuck, hmm not squeemish when purchasing their corn then!! Over the years the bullring has seen markets, fairs and riots, apparently there was an unsavoury element in attendance at these fairs which in turn led ...

      Stourbridge to Hawne Basin

      A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel on Sep 08, 2013

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      ... and emailed it to a few people.

      It brightened up later and we walked down the steep hill to Tesco Express to buy some milk. While we were there we looked at the bus stops and discovered that there is a bus running on Sundays, which might help us get to the church we want to go to.

      No boating today

      Sat 7th Sep

      Much better weather today, and we walked back along the canal, over a footbridge and returned along the path ...

      Shakespeare's Country

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jan 03, 2013

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      ... a doctor. Inside the cathedral was also a bible from the 1500s in English and I enjoyed reading this. The English language has changed a lot and 20% of the words I did recognize. I also tried my first Cornish Pasty here and I am a fan of them. It is similar to an empanada to South America. The one I had had beef, onions, spices and potatoes in it. I am not a ...