The Station Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... couple of weeks ago with Claire to get a dress. I met at Claire's house to get ready, then her friends arrived in a taxi to pick us up. The ball was held at Drayton Manor, which is a theme park near Ashby. There was a professional taking photos there which was awesome, as he printed them off instantly for you to take. I just wish I had got more taken! We left the ball just after midnight. It was rather difficult to get up ...
... all day. We finally found the path and had just about reached the car when the snow stopped and the sky cleared to a perfect blue. We turned around to be faced with a perfect snow covered winter wonderland with the sun gleaming on the rocks and freshly fallen snow, beautiful. We walked around again and then returned to the car, bloody little rock monsters hadn't even cleaned off the snow never mind washed our car, maybe they didn't work Thursday's, or maybe it was because we ...
We decided to take advantage of the warmer weather this weekend so we headed out to Lichfield on the train. It's a gorgeous little town. The cobbled streets are lined with boutique clothes shops, pubs and cafes with lots of hidden alleyways. The first thing we saw as we hopped off the train was the grand cathedral behind some nearby buildings so we decided to head in that direction. It was just beautiful. I was stunned at ...
... we'd got that one wrong but we had. We trudged onto the shuttle bus and headed for the right one. We'd used online check-in so all we had to do was drop our bags and pick up our boarding pass. We stood there waiting for something else to go wrong while the lady processed our flight. She handed us back our passports and told us we'd been upgraded, she must have seen the worried look on our faces. "Upgraded, you're still sat next to each other ...
... the tastefully decorated rooms.
The view from our lounge window is of Blore Church and we have our own little garden where we can feed the birds and watch the variety of visitors to the table.The hall itself is steeped in history and the log fires were welcome on the damp foggy days of December. We enjoyed two bond holder suppers and good company of fellow guests in the medieval hall with suits of armour and stags heads decorating its walls.