Travelodge Birmingham Fort Dunlop
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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 ...
... big signs in the window, indicating that mooring up against them was not an option. Alan and Judy moored against a boat which was unoccupied when they arrived and we moored against a boat on which the young man on board said of course we could breast up and he gave us help mooring. We have Castle Gardens on our right which is locked at the river entrance by a BWB key, so only boaters have access, and the gardens are locked at night at 8pm so we are very secure. ...
... rubbish on the banks and buildings along side - very interesting. The hall has a large park attached which is popular with locals (when the sun shines!) We also managed some time in the B'ham botanical gardens when the sun did deign to put in an appearance! It has been great to catch up with the family (even including a 'cousin catch up') and get the latest family news (aka gossip) but time moves on and so do we. Time to pack the bags again and head off for ...
... we visited at least half of those visitors were queueing for the escalators and toilets.Every christmas the Bullring is host to a German market, you can rent your beer stein at one end and spend the next two or more hours staggering from beer stall to Bratwurst hut and back again for as long a you can stand or be carried. Add in the xmas lights and carnival atmosphere and last years wages will be gone before you know it. We spent a good half a day eyes wide ...
... Warsaw, Lodz and Lublin.
In addition to this twentieth century odyssey, we will travel through the old Austro-Hungarian Empire, we will wander up the Croatian Coast, we will see the Lipzzaner Stables, we will meander through the Italian Lakes and we will get a very rapid dose of the Italian renaissance. We will go to Dubrovnik, Cesky Krumlov, Zakopane, Koblenz, Vezelay and Slunj to name just a few.
And who knows what else will turn up along the ...