Premier Inn Birmingham Broad St Canal Side
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Taid and Nanny are going on their travels very soon. I hope you will follow us on the map to see where we are. We will try to write every day about where we are and we will add some photographs too if there is wifi where we are. We hope that you will write some comments for us so that we will know how you are. Today we are in Much ...
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Harry Potter World!!! Love the books, like the movies so of course had to go and see the exhibit. It's great if you are a die hard fan of the movies as all the items are the original props, sets and costumes from the movies, but it is a license to print money and not so much fun for the littlies. We tried butter beer (tastes like creaming ...
... sunny spells during which we had the odd heavy showers. Am waiting for proper autumnal weather - warm sunny days with the odd storm. We did quite a few longish days cruising since then in order to be in a handy place for receiving Amy and Poppy, two of our grand daughters, who stayed with us for 24 hours. A first sleepover for Poppy. We really enjoyed our time with them even though we didn't manage to do all that we had planned. Interesting to watch they way they ...
... We turned where the canal divides into two as we had been advised not to go into Titford Pools, which is very silted up.
Returning to the top lock, we went slowly down the Tat Bank Branch and found a mooring at the end. There was a factory opposite which was making a hum and there wasn’t much of a view, but at least it was safe. The moorings were on a floating pontoon along one side of the channel. A boat a bit further back had a Staffie, so we put ...