Metro Inns Walsall
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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An easy drive up - 150 miles getting 25-27 MPG from the Disco. After the previous escapades with it, a really nice smooth drive getting just above 50mph allowing for a lower gearing. Gearbox light in just a couple of times on some climbs but after a cruise it went out. Nice flat pitches although used wooden block under sink to correct levelling. Sat as ever took a little ...
... to travel 1000's of miles away to a really unfamiliar place for 10 nights!
At the same time I'm really excited because I'll get to spend time with everyone on my course and build some really great friendships. I'll also get to meet loads of new people from a range of different backgrounds, including some Canadian students from Toronto's Ryerson University! I'll be taking my passion of helping those who are the most oppressed in society to a totally beautiful and interesting ...
... cricket team. I now know what the term cultural cringe refers to. But really the hotel is just want we wanted. I'd booked it from home so even having us registered was a pleasant surprise. As I said it's right at the airport (not a surprise as I had google earthed it (new verb?) and it gives us great access to the free monorail that links us to Birmingham's rail network. On monorails (have I got you singing yet?). The Dubai system, yes ...
... I walked up the main road to the bullring shops, had a look at some shops and then walked around, picked up some lunch and then headed off towards the jewelery quarter. I found the pen museum and had a look in here – it was the most boring museum that i have found – dedicated to the pen and history of the modern pen. I did not stay long, then walked up through the jewelery district to the museum of the jewelery ...
... know which room it actually was.
We had dinner at the Great Stone Inn - I had Curry and a beer - very nice. They had a quiz night going on, no chance for us with questions about english soccer teams etc. Mary, Val and Jim were top notch on old singers and songs.
We left the car in the car park and walked back to the hotel thinking how lucky we are ...
Tomorrow a day exploring around - and a trip to Warwick Castle perhaps. Cheers