Ramada Encore Birmingham Walsall

Address: Bescot Crescent, Walsall, West Midlands, England, WS1 4SA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Bescot Crescent, Walsall, is near Walsall Leather Museum, Broadfield House Glass Museum, Oak House, and Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Walsall

Mandurah WA

A travel blog entry by doreenandrews on Jan 09, 2015

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My first day here in Western Australia. It had a slow start, having a late breakfast with Diane, and then chilling out and chatting!!!!!. Eventually we drove to town to Woolworths for grocery shopping and various other things. Very hot but with a lovely breeze. Again had a late lunch and then a snooze to catch up with just a bit of jet lag. ...

On my way

A travel blog entry by doreenandrews on Jan 07, 2015

... Lear who has a tumour behind her eyes and they travel to BIRMINGHAM Children's hospital once a month for treatment. She is adorable but almost blind. I told Her that I would pray for Her and would also ask my friends to do the same. Please pray for this lovely little family. Thank you. Well onward and upward now. So another update ...

Birmingham Christmas Markets

A travel blog entry by emjbell_nz on Dec 07, 2014

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This afternoon I went to the Birmingham Christmas markets with Angus, Becka, Suzannah and Alistair. On arrival we got a cup of mulled wine and a German sausage. This German sausage was 1/2 a metre long and it was delicious! With warm food in our tums we ventured off around the markets. There were so many stalls selling cool stuff. The others got a couple of presents, but I'd already done my ...

The Cotswalds and Shakespeare

A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jul 29, 2013

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... Tudor and other period buildings. It had flowers everywhere and pedestrian walkways but packed with people. We wandered around looking at the village for a while.

We visited Shakespeare's birth place and the place where he died. The place where he died no longer exists, as it was pulled down and now there is only a garden on the spot. Apparently, the man, a priest, who bought the house after the grand-daughter died had an argument with the local council so ...

Dykes like us

A travel blog entry by chrispreece1 on Jul 22, 2011

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S and L have a massive house and an impressive garden next to the park. Its comfortable and rumble tumble and full of stones and drawings and bits of Lorraine's ceramics so that you literally have to touch each piece of veg or fruit in the kitchen just to make sure its real! Sally said last night that I looked like I had always been sat on their sofa. It all seems familiar to me too. This easy living I have found at other ...