Ramada Hotel Birmingham City Centre
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Our stay in the United Kingdom this time is only about five days. We had travelled fairly extensively throughout the British Isles on our last trip and we always had planned to head South. The few days here were really only for getting over jet lag and for playing golf. Having done that, we hit the road to head to Birmingham and our flights to Spain.
Along the way we stopped at a charming English town ...
... and the tour through the great hall explaining the suits of armour, swords etc have both Tomi and Neo mesmerised. Headed outside in time for the archery show which was fantastic. The history of the English longbow, which actually came from Wales, was interesting and the actual archery was impressive. The wandering carries on with some very cool photo opportunities, the weather has cleared up and as we head to the bottom of the castle grounds ...
... influence already, wait until we actually get there!) but it's just right for us (good name for a brekkie cereal in there).
Lee is on the SMS to Sarah which probably means a couple of photos of Anderson then some tears, some consoling, some cajoling to get ready and the next 30 minutes wondering what half the population of Melbourne is up to. I'm here typing and thinking that it's monorail time.
Our English adventure begins.
... the WiFi downstairs, then i went back to
the room, got ready for dinner.
I left the hostel, went for a walk to find a place for dinner, i found a few places but none sold food, eventually i found the pub closest to the hostel, went there, good service and good food. After a few drinks i went back to the hostel where i went to the common room, used the internet, watched this is the end, read and went off to bed.
Throughout we find reminders of things we remember seeing in our grandparents houses. There are so many things to see and touch (yes, most of it is there to be handled), this really is a living museum.
We finish back in the yard where we are free to explore the wash house...don't touch the copper, it is hit, and the three outside loos, also renovated to three different time ...