Premier Inn Coventry East - Ansty
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... lot and a group of officers escorted the middle-aged knife wielding maniac outside. They gave him a pat down and loaded him into the back of a truck. I took some pictures and went back to my dorm.
Still eager to meet people I attended an international quiz night and made friends with three Italian guys and a Spanish girl. I found it very interesting that they could speak to each other in their native tongues without ...
... asleep on the car ride for a bit which was a good thing. Missy just rested for a bit though she didn't sleep. The car ride went quickly which was nice. We got to our b&b in Warwick quite easily with very little time. We met Zary & Derrick Willer who were very nice & friendly. Jon & I got a room with a bathroom attached on the bottom floor & the kids got a bedroom above us with a bathroom attached to their room as well. ...
... some people will have come especially to see one or two acts but most people will have come for the whole thing and they will want to hear the famous stuff. We were delighted to discover that Neville was in touch with the mood of the day and reeled out a succession of Specials and Fun Boy Three hits to the delight of the capacity crowd. We see quite a lot of live performances over the course of the year but for me this was the best of 2013, at least as far as a pure ...
... 8217;t call Coventry a pretty city, although there are some pretty parts to it. Without making too many assumptions, I think there are also some economically depressed areas too.
I walked to the Old Cathedral, St Michael’s– the one bombed during the war. Members of my own family were baptised and married here in the 1800s. Alongside, a magnificent new St Michael’s Cathedral was built between 1955 – ...