Ibis Birmingham Bordesley
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... as we will be camping in between hotel stays. The plan is to upgrade and renew a few of the things that wear out over time so we end up with something über reliable. For those who know a thing or two about 4x4 cars, this has full time 4 wheel drive, electronic diff locks leather seats and will seat 8 comfortably, though in our case it will be two plus a boot full of things you need when doing a trip like this. More details ...
... the residents opposition and disgust to the use of their beloved greenbelt land to extend their relatively new housing estate. Maybe tomorrow a roundabout.... Steve : It was a much easier day today, with highlights including the footballers' road of houses - every other house was being "improved". I guess that is how it is. Half do work and then the other half feel the need to keep in with the "Roonies". The ...
... and done competently but the spitting and swearing and several bitter comments about band politics were out of place at a family festival. I’ve no problem with swearing – in fact I quite enjoy it – but there are lots of children present. Spitting – well I do have a problem with that, especially when it is an unnecessary affectation and as for the rehearsal of old rows with people in other bands you’ve been in – well honestly, along with ...
... it was suddenly borderline whether she would need it or not. Our first priority was to get some ciders from the beer tent, after which we walked down to the main stage where Stone Foundation were finishing off their set. They sounded pretty good and we were sorry that the combination of weather and delayed trains had prevented us from seeing more.
Next up was The Selecter, a band that I had enjoyed a lot during the 2-tone Revival era in the very ...
... she was worth making the effort for, lovely voice and a great pianist supporting. Was then across town for the trad band. Seems really odd sitting On the pavement in between the office blocks, compared to previous jazz festival locations Keswick and upton. The bonus with this Birmingham one ....it's all free. Now holed up in the airport ibis budget, sure lives up to its budget description, no kettle,no tea, and with my new smaller rucksack no room to bring my mini kettle ...
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