Travelodge Birmingham Sutton Coldfield
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... languages. Apparently Spanish and Italian are close enough that they can understand what each other are saying. Nothing else about that night seemed too spectacular.
Halloween is coming up soon. It's not as big a deal here in England, and I never took the time to go shopping for a costume. I wont be able to attend any parties anyway because I'm going on the University sanctioned trip to Stonehenge the entire weekend.
... to travel 1000's of miles away to a really unfamiliar place for 10 nights!
At the same time I'm really excited because I'll get to spend time with everyone on my course and build some really great friendships. I'll also get to meet loads of new people from a range of different backgrounds, including some Canadian students from Toronto's Ryerson University! I'll be taking my passion of helping those who are the most oppressed in society to a totally beautiful and interesting ...
Just before we set off we are told that the locks close for the night in 15 minutes and the locks are 20 minutes away. Rats. Nothing significant happened on that leg of the journey other than almost blocking the trying to turn left at the cross "roads" coming out if the marina and we did have to push the underside of a bridge to avoid colliding with it and to protect Keith's bike which was chained on top of the barge. We managed to ...
... serving a decent pint of Guinness. What a game! For the first
half it looked like it was going to be another war of attrition, but in the second half, the lions ROARED! The game ending in a 16-41 routing score line. So any Australian travelers I should encounter in the next few months, should the subject of rugby come up, be warned the Lions are most definitely going to be mentioned. I’ve waited 16 years to see the Lions win a series, and now the Wallabies ...