The Royal Forester
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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About our blog: We are using this blog to document and share our experience. We will be visiting a lot of places in a short period of time, so we thought it would be good to keep a diary to remember the things we did and saw. The blog will also allow friends and family to be updated during our trip, and might help other people plan their own travels. About our adventure: Before ...
We've had a fantastic year and been away for over 20 weeks, to places such as the Caribbean, Madeira, Italy, Cornwall, The Lakes, Cycling C2C, Northumberland, North & Mid-Wales, Peak District and the South Coast. The weather has been brilliant (except for C2C), and now we are following the sun to Australia and Thailand to visit Kath and Ian and their family and meet up with Kate and Matt- you can come too, via this ...
... at Cherrybrook. Unfortunately I was supposed to have Ken attend my Engineering class but i was off site doing work for the iiate.
Ken and I met at the Birmingham city library. He told me that I couldn't miss the building and he wasn't wrong. Quite a glorious looking thing. Ken and I then had lunch at a lovely Italian restaurant by the canal in Birmingham. I have to admit. I generally do not have much of an idea when it comes to ...
... VI Five Ways is a state grammar school. It is a non fee paying school. However, students can only attend the school if they pass an entry exam. From what I can tell it is the equivalent to our selective schools.
I've rather neglected this blog for some time because I'm still catching up on other ones and have at least one unfinished one that is more than a year old but I thought I'd write this one up because in bird-watching terms it was quite momentous - our first UK "lifer" for over a year. The last new bird that we saw was Little Auk in Norfolk in October 2012.
This year has seen quite an influx of Two-barred Crossbills, a species that breeds in the far north-east ...