Ramada Encore Birmingham Nec
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... in a pub! We met up with Isy and Ryan's friends and sampled some beer. I had sampled some cider instead of beer! Was a nice afternoon. Today we took Ava to the snowdome! Which I now see is how the British do winter sports! The lack of snow in this country makes winter activities hard! So they have indoor skiing/snow boarding, tubing/ sledding and a section to ...
... for me at Turpins in Tywcross. This was an amazing night, such a surprise. The girls had organised balloons and a cake for me. The food was also amazing. I had mussels for my starter and then pork belly for my main. The pork belly was delicious and crispy! I must say my waistline is not looking great after this week! The last social event I went to one Friday night was the Puppy Walkers Hunt Ball. I had gone shopping in ...
... everywhere. Amongst the bustle of the city you barley hear them coming. So when you cross the street look both ways as the are fast, stealthy buggers who will only ring their bell at you 2 seconds before you're a pancake. After a few close calls, we found out that the trick is to stay on the sidewalk. What a logical thing to do, who would have thought? Did a little shopping and bought some summer clothes as it was really hot and by really hot I mean 26 degrees and I don't ...
... people out, but not in. The man on the door contacted someone on his radio, and they had found the purse! Thank you, Lord!
No boating today
Sun 29th Sep
It was a lovely sunny morning as we went to find Hope City Church, which meets in the Novotel on Broad Street. We had a great welcome from Asanta and then we met Simon, the Pastor. The worship was excellent, with just one keyboard providing the music, and two powerful singers ...
John Cooper Clarke is a legend. An icon even. I don't know which one takes precedence in order of merit. If you've got this far and you’re over forty and don’t know who or what I’m talking about then there’s a gap in your knowledge that you should seek to address. We’re talking the punk poet, here. The Bard of Salford, no less. Part man, part spider. A silhouette like an early Crissie Hynd after a bad electric shock but thinner. Look – just Google him ...