Strawberry Bank Hotel & Restaurant
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- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...
... Claire and I went to the Owl House day spa. It was a special occasion for Claire's birthday, but since it was mine too the girls invited me along. We all got a nice pamper package including hot stone massage, head and foot massage and facial. All paid for my birthday from Bronson. Lucky me! The girls also shouted me a hand scrub, were they trying to tell me something hahah! It made a change from my poor hands doing what ...
... 188.8 million pounds it cost the tax payers of the big 'B'. To be fair I quite like that it looks like a large multi-layered cake and the inside is stunning with its semi-circular shelving, cool lighting ( yes that might have been xmas lighting) and an observation deck giving expansive (expensive?) views of Birmingham. You know, try as I might it wasn't a view I could fall in love with, despite one local telling us how wonderful a city it was, with it's parks ...
... however I've only seen one caught-fish. Despite the serene setting, we have not yet learned to relax - for us city people, the art of boating is not natural. Every day gets better. The next morning, we arose and opted to head back for Welford Wharf, instead of going through a much longer, completely dark, and wet - we're talking raincoat and umbrella wet- tunnel and on to Braunston. Instead we took it easy, ...
... the level of the surrounding land, so all had to be built up.
The water flow is interesting to think of too. Obviously all locks basically drain water downstream, and the volume of water in one lock movement is huge. Essentially what goes out has to be replaced at the other end constantly.
So much of the canal system must be so pretty, with also frequent engineering marvels, (Avon - Kennet canal with the 16 lock section; the Falkirk Wheel has to be a bucket list item).