Hotel Indigo Birmingham
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... To do this we need many things, not least of which is a strong dependable workhorse to get us around and arguably no better vehicle exists for this than a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 series. So, here's a picture of our latest acquisition. It's nearly 20 years old and has done nearly 167,000 miles and still going strong. It's in standard shape right now and will be base lined for a long trip and have few modifications to ...
... travelled through almost 700 miles of the UK's most spectacular countryside today we reached the pinnacle of picnic spots and had lunch on a grass verge in the middle of a housing estate. As we parked the 4X4 and laid down our tarpaulin, many net curtains started to twitch. They must have thought many caravans and horses would follow. Ironically around the corner from our chosen comfort spot there was a huge ...
... huge ½ lb Cheese Burgers to accompany our fresh pints. We took these down to the main stage area to eat but neither of us could finish them and we were glad we hadn’t bought chips to go with them. Scroobius Pip vs Dan le Sac had the main stage after FFAF and this was more in the Rap/Urban vein. They seemed to have plenty of fans in the crowd but they did nothing for us so we used our Poundland mats to stretch out and soak up some sunshine.
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... eventually get a taxi and meet me there.
As I left the pub an annoying drizzle started. The further I got from shelter, the heavier the rain got until eventually I relented and stopped under a tree to put a waterproof on, realising when I did that I also had Julie’s waterproof with me. Seemed like a good idea when we packed for the weekend. By the time I got to the park entrance it was raining hard and people without kagoules or umbrellas ...
... pleasant people and were thinking of buying their own boat. The lady was very slim and fit but had difficulty opening the gates so James had to help her a few times. She opened a paddle for us so that the lock they had just left would fill for us. It was good team work. They were carrying on down the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, but we turned right after 13 locks onto the Digbeth Branch.
We met a boat coming up in the ...
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