Thistle Birmingham City Centre, The Royal Angus
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2 days to go!
Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...
... Basil Spence and Graham Sutherland designed the tapestry at the east end.
The weather wasn't very kind the day I visited, and I had to keep dodging in and out of the rain, but the trip was well worth the effort. The sight of the two cathedrals together is really very ...
... on the top floor. He had decorated the whole house with his art work and we were invited to roam the place to see his paintings. Lovely guy and really welcoming - shame I didn't have a few spare thousands to spend! We have visited the centre of Birmingham which has road work, building work and general mayhem happening all through the centre! The main reason for the visit was to see the new library as we visited it in construction 3 years ago. A ...
... yes, yes it has Canals! who'd have thunk it and more canals than Venice they say, not that the weather was conducive to us strutting our stuff near any waterways.Not far from the Library is the large shopping area known as the 'Bullring' which has been the site of trading ventures since 1154 when a 'Charter of Marketing Rights' was issued by the reining monarch to a local land owner. Initially Cloth was the main area of interest, however over the next ...
... a concept, and it is all about the historical geography of the twentieth century, from 1914 to 1945, although it is impossible to tour Europe without stumbling across much else besides. I have always felt that History has a really strong sense of place, and there is something very powerful about being somewhere of significance.
We will visit the exact spot in Sarajevo, where the Archduke Franz Ferdinand was murdered, thus starting the First World War, ...