Ibis Birmingham Bordesley
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... the museum. We also visited the shop and the demonstration area. Shown how they make the items, paint the patterns etc. Samara was given a lesson on plate painting. We dropped Samara off and then visited Lichfield cathedral. A magnificent building. We arrived during the Evensong service. The acoustics were wonderful. The cathedral is over 750 years old. Back to our hotel and then dinner at a restaurant next to the ...
Holiday Inn Express, Lichfield. Weather showers then fine Arrived in Abbots Bromley, found the school and Samara. It is in a lovely English village. Walked around the village then drove to Lichfield to check in at our hotel. Back to the village for dinner at the pub with Samara. The area is very green and lots of agricultural activities around. Will do some exploring ...
* Removing Aconitum napellus 'Album' (white monkswood) from Lower Winthrop's garden with Emily, Sebastien and Phil. The monkswood has become too vigorous for the area. We also remove several clumps of Brunnera and Symphytum which have spread from the front to the middle and back of the ...
... to read my book, whilst sneaking admiring glances.
The train stopped and new passengers got on. A sour faced woman approached me and stated presumptuously that she wanted to sit in the seat next to me. The seat was hosting a rucksack, a handbag and the leg-room was taken up with my enormous suitcase. I'd just like to point out, that she had other options; I am not a seat hog, but I was at a loss to know where to put everything. The Adonis said something of ...
... from the prop. There was a lot of rubbish in the canal here. At the end of the canal, there is a T junction with the Walsall Canal, and nearly opposite, through a small bridge hole, is a short mooring arm, in what is left of the Ocker Hill branch. It is mostly residential boats, but there is space for some visitors as well. Once again we found ourselves locked in, as they use different locks on the gates and the waterways key does not work.
9 locks, 7 ...