Hilton Birmingham Bromsgrove
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Left Tewkesbury for nearby Malvern, the town where the Morgan Car Company has been making bespoke motor vehicles for over 60 years. The chassis and frames are made on site and then donor engines, gearboxes and drivetrains are added, also in the original factory.
I had ordered one of the 3-wheelers, but unfortunately, none were available. Actually fortunately because after squeezing into a roadster, I don't think the ...
Our stay in the United Kingdom this time is only about five days. We had travelled fairly extensively throughout the British Isles on our last trip and we always had planned to head South. The few days here were really only for getting over jet lag and for playing golf. Having done that, we hit the road to head to Birmingham and our flights to Spain.
Along the way we stopped at a charming English town ...
As Judy and David head off to work we are up and getting ready to drive south to do the Castle thing! Although we had a brief visit to Cardiff castle, Warwick will be the kids first real castle. Again I am blown away at the cost of entry however I know it is worth it. We start the trekking around the castle and although the weather has turned to custard we have a great day. Up and down the towers, along the walls, this is a great castle. The kids love ...
... built a row of alms houses nearby. I bet no poor folk live there these days. I gleaned this information as I chattered to the two women who were decorating the church for the festival. One told me that inheritance tax in England is crippling. If someone inherits one of the historic estates they have to pay a huge amount in death duties. On top of that they are obliged to maintain the property. These two ...
... to look. Rolling green fields fenced with hedges of pleached trees or drystone walls - all 100s of years old. Different breeds of sheep are in the fields and I saw my first black lamb today. Set in amongst the fields are tiny villages with houses made from yellowed limestone with thatched or slated rooves. There are lots of churches of varying sizes, known as wool churches because they were built long ago when the area was wealthy because of the wool ...