Travelodge Birmingham Sheldon
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We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...
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... in animal pyjamas. Lions and tigers and bears. Ohhhh my... The quiz was entertaining. I did not do as well as I hoped. There were four teams. Three of them made of groups and one that consisted of just me because I wanted to see how much I knew on my own. Admittedly this isn't the best strategy for making friends. After the quiz we went on the bar crawl, but I decided not to drink. I got to know everyone but they went ...
I'm Fern, a Youth Work and Community Development Student at Demontfort University. I've just written my application to go and explore youth work in Toronto, Canada! That's really scary for me because the only times I've been abroad are on family trips to Disneyland Florida, Teneriffe, Spain, France or Italy. I get really bad anxiety so going abroad without my parents is really frightening! I'm so worried about getting through airport security and getting on a plane on ...
... at The Oak Hotel in Hockley Heath - again because it was in a convenient location and the price was excellent. Our plan was to visit Warwick Castle and Stratford-upon-Avon as both were within 20km of the hotel. The hotel turned out to be a real gem, it is also only about 20km from Birmingham and we would probably stay here again if we were visiting Birmingham.
After a late start we left the hotel. We stopped in the village ...
We are now nearing the end of our tour. UK has had a few hiccups but overall we have had a lovely time. Highlights include cruising on Lake Windemere, visiting the Shakespeare homes including his mother, Mary Arden's working Tudor farm, visiting other Cotswolds villages and cruising on the Avon River. Staying in ...