Roman Way Hotel
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I'm spending two weeks in Birmingham! And my niece and nephew are awesome! Ava now gets me put her to bed every night! It's great! And this time she'll remember me! I made a pavlova with her and that went very well! We've also gone to some indoor play places which she has really enjoyed. she likes showing me what she can do! Saturday we went to a beer festival! It ...
... 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 ...
... mayhem to have the locals demand an end to the Fairs. The early 1960's saw redevelopment of the area with a new modern for the time shopping centre planned and built, it was however plagued from the start with issues of poor construction and high rental costs which meant that many of the potentioal businesses shyed away from the project. 2003 saw the opening of what we see there today, a modern shopping experience with 36.5 milion visitors a year and on the ...
... cute calves which I saw. It was raining today when I was there, but hopefully I can get some photos of the place when it's not raining. After AI I drove to Leicester, it's quite a big city so I was a bit nervous, but I just put the shopping malls car park into my Sat Nav and it took me straight there. This mall was amazing, full of beautiful Christmas stuff. I managed to buy a new charger for my phone, ...
Travelled by taxi from our hotel to heathrow to collect our car. The concierge organised a set price deal for us with the cab driver. £60 - apparently it can get up to £80. But we decided it was the way to go. The alternative was a cab to the nearest station-underground, lug our bags down the stairs to the train, manage the tube with our bags, then once we got to heathrow another bus out to pick ...