Novotel Birmingham Centre
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... told about it by a lovely lady who is a member of the Church. She was particularly pleased to speak to us about it and insisted that we sign their visitors book. It is truly a picturesque town, typical of so many in England.
Feeling refreshed, we set our sights on Birmingham. Our ever trusty GPS system (aka Bella) delivered us to the city easily enough - it is, after all, a very big city. However, ...
As Judy and David head off to work we are up and getting ready to drive south to do the Castle thing! Although we had a brief visit to Cardiff castle, Warwick will be the kids first real castle. Again I am blown away at the cost of entry however I know it is worth it. We start the trekking around the castle and although the weather has turned to custard we have a great day. Up and down the towers, along the walls, this is a great castle. The kids love ...
... they don't do things in halves - they also have a number of pudding rooms.
We wondered why Wendy was so keen to have us check out their room the morning we picked them up for our walk to Hidcote.
That is, until we saw it.
Imagine a Treacle Sponge bedroom and bathroom.
Bed with golden syrup bedspread decked with a dripping treacle canopy, Lyle's lions in wall art, curtain fittings, shower curtains.
The Summer Pudding room ...
Well, it's official: my first Europe adventure is coming to an end. After 10 different cities and 8 countries, 2 planes, 2 trains, 5 incredibly long bus rides and countless unforgettable moments I've shared with the amazing people I've met along the way, it's finally time to go back to Swansea. I love traveling and I have loved every minute of this trip; both the ups and he downs have taught me so much about myself. It's funny, every time I meet someone they always remark ...
... dysentery, living accommodation was literally awash with excrement and thousands were dying every day. So many, that the camp authorities could no longer deal with the bodies, and hence the ghastly piles of corpses dumped everywhere.
Yet this was not the result of a carefully managed regime of cruelty, such as at Auschwitz, but rather due to the collapse of a system and a regime that ...