Meadow Inn & Steakhouse
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- Banquet room
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Anyway, we finally got to our hotel and thoroughly enjoyed our evening in Birmingham.
The next morning saw us returning our hire car and taking the 2.5 hour flight to Malaga. We both loved Spain the last time we visited and made sure that it was back on our list of things to do for this time. Warm weather, paella, friendly Spaniards and more golf courses - what is there not to love?
... and observe others as I do in life. I guess as in life, I do my own thing and don’t feel the need to conform or do what others do or think I should do. Some of the comments I read make me laugh out loud although I would never post such comments myself, some comments are genius and I wish I thought of them but some make me cringe and fill me with the need to disassociate myself from the poster (is that the correct term or should we ...
... also used them when we went down a coal mine, where the roof of the mine tunnels was very low and we only had candle-power torches to see by.
Today we donned hats of a different kind at the Blists Hill Victorian Village. (That's a site worth googling.) C even became a lady and donned a DRESS ........yes, a dress.........and joined another lady ( J ) in a very proper Victorian afternoon tea. We have the photographic evidence to prove ...
... in Herefordshire. We only went to two, but there are 13 to choose from. Apparently they still exist because they are close to the Welsh border and sometimes were Welsh and sometimes English, so the locals say that they identify only with their area and nowhere else. Because of lack of identity they were ignored by governments and stayed too poor to modernise - which is good for tourism as they are very picturesque. However a local woman told us that the ...
... br> There are many history lessons, as we have seen the Colisseum and many buildings from Ancient Rome, like the Pont du Gard aqueduct in France, and many medieval towns that are really hard to drive into. I guess our favourite places were the following:
The lovely medieval village of San Gimignano, with walls all around it for defence, and thirteen tall watchtowers left out of about forty. The town was never defeated in any battles.
The hospice in Beaune ...