Travelodge Birmingham Central Moor Street
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... To do this we need many things, not least of which is a strong dependable workhorse to get us around and arguably no better vehicle exists for this than a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 series. So, here's a picture of our latest acquisition. It's nearly 20 years old and has done nearly 167,000 miles and still going strong. It's in standard shape right now and will be base lined for a long trip and have few modifications to ...
... having taken so many photos. Having checked with the photo taker the classic and insightful comment came back that "he was taking a lot of photos in the hope of taking one with the hope that Charles would not be talking". Collapsed cyclists followed in roars of laughter, end of photo session.... Vince: Today we were not in a rush to get out. We had to avoid commuting traffic, after leaving Graham led us out of the ...
... they had us and tens of thousands of others on their feet and dancing right from the start. They were original and much less full of themselves than I’d expected. I would go and see them again.
It was just about dark when we joined loads of people walking back to Coventry. We found our way back to the hotel where the bar was still open so we stopped for a quick one and chatted to a couple who Julie recognised from the Buzzcocks set the night before, then turned in before 1 ...
... it was suddenly borderline whether she would need it or not. Our first priority was to get some ciders from the beer tent, after which we walked down to the main stage where Stone Foundation were finishing off their set. They sounded pretty good and we were sorry that the combination of weather and delayed trains had prevented us from seeing more.
Next up was The Selecter, a band that I had enjoyed a lot during the 2-tone Revival era in the very ...
... company politics would not allow a connection between the two canals.
After that we were finally on the Grand Union, although the six Camp Hill locks are narrow locks. These had the double gates at the bottom, which are so much easier than a single gate. We met another boat two locks from the top.
When we reached the top lock, a man was there who used a windlass to help us through and suggested we moor at ...
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