Travelodge Birmingham Central Broadway Plaza Hotel
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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 ...
Charles: Well the big hills day is now behind us, thank goodness for that, as my legs are absolutely shattered. Nice rolling hills today with lots of flat smooth roads, although Graham does insist on taking us up some real rough old roads if we're having it too easy. No punctures or breakdowns today so our average speed increased to 15 mph. My tip from Graham today is "don't just eat one snack bar when you can have two" ...
The rest of the day in the tent was given over to Urban music. Neither Julie nor I have any interest in the genre so we finally had an excuse to stagger, blinking, out into the sunlight. And it really was still sunny.
Funeral for a Friend were performing on the main stage. I’d been vaguely interested in seeing them but we had been dancing for the best part of 5 hours with only cider for fuel so we opted for a look at the food stalls and both ended ...
... going to meet Julie in The Rocket pub by Coventry railway station and arrived there at around 6 p.m. It turned out that the pub had closed and was due to re-open in a few weeks but they’d decided to open for Godiva because there would be thousands of people walking past and some of them would want a break. I got a text from Julie saying that the trains were in a mess and suggesting that I go straight to the festival ground (Coventry Memorial Park) and ...
... through the Midlands to see it through different eyes - the City by foot always depresses me with its concrete greyness, lack of parks and cobbled together design.
As ever your grandparents were overjoyed to see you. YD finds it difficult that now when he goes home, the fatted calf isn't killed for him! Your Auntie Leena (YD's younger sister) decided, G, it was time to trim your untidy fringe. I ...
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