Premier Inn Stafford North (Hurricane) Hotel
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... ended up aiming to the left of the directed bearing - then it boomed in! Nice clean and modern shower block - only 2 of each in the block so it could get crowded peek season. Needed the longer lead for the electric hook up - just meant I could slave off the second point for the heater. Small play area - it's just out of sight of the pitches. 1/2 signal on EE but still got ...
Anyway, we finally got to our hotel and thoroughly enjoyed our evening in Birmingham.
The next morning saw us returning our hire car and taking the 2.5 hour flight to Malaga. We both loved Spain the last time we visited and made sure that it was back on our list of things to do for this time. Warm weather, paella, friendly Spaniards and more golf courses - what is there not to love?
... got Marns ready - 10 mins later, off we went!
The car then flashed up tyre pressure low and we had no water in the wipers - so we pulled over at services to sort it out. Bugger, the whole air and water unit was frozen and wouldn't work, we lost our 50p but did get a reasonable cuppa to get us on our way.
It was a pretty 2 hour drive up the M6, the sun started to come up and ...
... lawn. They have cool polish flatmate named Julius which we met. We also met a few other friends which came over for game of poker and drinks. Was great catching up with Liz and we talked some ideas for their upcoming wedding next February in NZ. Was a fun night where we after some cider, I tried a polish mint vodka which gave you a very minty feeling minus the fresh breath you would expect. We were the first to go to bed at 2am but had a great sleep on the air mattress in the ...
... Spa and Warwick, we are again traversing the back roads and lanes. Unfortunately the quiet rural streets give way to the urban roads as we get closer to Birmingham. On one very busy stretch of road, we take to the footpath - not because of the traffic - but because the number of traffic lights had reduced the traffic to a crawl, and we were actually faster than the cars etc.
Into the middle of Birmingham, we get a couple of photos, ...