Thistle Birmingham City Centre, The Royal Angus
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Banquet room
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... few miles until it told us to turn left down a lane which got smaller and smaller until grass appeared down the middle. There was no turning back it was too narrow, we were riding on both banks, with everything crossed that nothing would come the other way, we had to carry on. Eventually we turned a corner and saw the end, just as a car was pulling into the lane. We ...
Lovely comfy bed, but oh boy, is it really July. We were both so cold, at least the heating is efficient. After a good sort out, finding various cubby holes, we packed everything tightly into all the cupboards and drawers. By this time it had started to rain, but we decided to go out for another practice drive. So we set off for Market Bosworth. After trying to find the battle site, being taken down ...
Today we picked up our motor home, a Pilote Sensation, after having a whistle stop tour and instructions on all the various electronic devises and came away with our heads in a spin! We then zoomed off to our first campsite near Nuneaton doing an average of 12mph. Hopefully not too many frustrated drivers behind us, but in fairness being left hand drive and a vehicle that seemed like 10 times ...
... checking in which means more leg room .... Looks like no one is sitting next to me either so I have a pretty spacious flight. Another uneventful journey, a bit bumpy at times but not that bad. Despite taking off late the plane arrives on time in Washington, D.C. It appears that all international flights arrive at the same time of day as the ...
... member Ann Hancox on Quodlibet! We paused briefly on the lock bollards at Bromford Junction for lunch and a weedhatch visit before climbing the three Spon Lane Locks which took us up the Wolverhampton Level, under the M5.
We turned right here, crossed the Main Line on Stewart Aqueduct, and then turned left into the Titford Canal, where we climbed the six Oldbury Locks, with the M5 thundering in the background.
As we approached the top lock, we saw ...