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As of today, not much much other than the usual. I have a new client, Halfords, so that's why I'm in Birmingham travelling home each weekend. However, the plan is that from around May next year, we go off driving around the European land mass visiting hot countries when it's cooler there and colder countries when it's hotter. We are spending the next few months planning so there's not much detail to be seen here yet. Watch this ...
... player, "Derby John". They are a well-established ska/punk/reggae band performing their own songs alongside classics and they kicked the day of perfectly with a lively set that could easily have gone on for another hour. They were followed by relative newcomers (although with plenty of experienced members) from Coventry, Barb'd Wire who had plenty of fans in evidence wearing their black & white t-shirts. They kept the mood going perfectly and despite the fact that it ...
Carlisle - Nottingham - Nuneaton - Leamington Spa Our first really rainy day was spent driving from Stirling to Carlise. Stirling Castle was our first destination and last Scottish castle this trip. This was the most interactive castle experience and even Isobel enjoyed herself - particularly after a trip to the gift shop. The journey down to Carlise was fairly uneventful but we have been continually amazed at ...
... real name) they were called "Symphony State". Probably not what I normally listen to but that’s not a bad thing.
I’d noticed a lightening in the sky to the west as I’d arrived at the festival which I took as a good sign and looking out from the tent it looked as though the rain was easing considerably. Just before the next band were due to start I spotted Julie striding across the field so went to meet her and handover the ...
... of Bourneville for themselves and their employees. At that time England was in the middle of the industrial revolution and the workers were paid little and lived in terrible, cramped tenements. Children went to work very young and few were educated. The Cadbury’s paid better wages, provided schools, recreation centers and playing fields, housing and churches. They put the town in a trust to ensure that their values would ...
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Other places to stay in Nuneaton
St David's Way, Nuneaton | 3 star hotelfrom $73
St Nicholas Park Drive, Nuneaton | Hotelfrom $53
Coventry Road, Nuneaton | Hotelfrom $80
Watling Street, Nuneaton | Hotelfrom $47
A444 Southbound, Nuneaton | Hotelfrom $61
Higham Lane, Nuneaton | Hotelfrom $63
The Green Dadlington, Nuneaton | Hotelfrom $72
Twycross Road, Nuneaton | 3 star hotelfrom $74