Premier Inn Bromsgrove South - Worcester Road
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... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...
... say "out" and "about" like a typical Canadian. At first, I denied it, but after at least 20 people telling me I say it, I've accepted the facts haha. People keep telling me I remind them of Robin on How I Met Your Mother; I've only seen a few episodes but I'll take that as a compliment! I think we are quite a lot alike though: we're both sarcastic, love dogs, Canadian, brunettes haha etc. I suppose I can't complain with that comparison. Even now, I'm just waiting for my ...
... we visited at least half of those visitors were queueing for the escalators and toilets.Every christmas the Bullring is host to a German market, you can rent your beer stein at one end and spend the next two or more hours staggering from beer stall to Bratwurst hut and back again for as long a you can stand or be carried. Add in the xmas lights and carnival atmosphere and last years wages will be gone before you know it. We spent a good half a day eyes wide ...
... this morning at King’s Church Aldershot. Another to Clive: Maggie has gone to Mull for a few days.
In the evening we watched Captain Correlli’s Mandolin on TV. Not seen it before. We now want to go back to Greece!
Next weeks plans: No idea really. Through the Netherton Tunnel tomorrow and moor at the Black Country Museum. Then it depends on boatyards and slipways. Maybe the “Curly Wurly” (Wyrley and Essington ...
... moored just across the paddocks. It's a bit scruffy but for $16 a night we can put up with that by closing the blinds at night and not being here much during the day. The area is what we are here for not the van site.
The whole country is a bit of a bog at the moment. We saw a show on TV where after 18 months of rain a farmer in Devon gave up and sold his prize winning herd of beef cattle. He couldn't ...