The Royal Forester
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm spending two weeks in Birmingham! And my niece and nephew are awesome! Ava now gets me put her to bed every night! It's great! And this time she'll remember me! I made a pavlova with her and that went very well! We've also gone to some indoor play places which she has really enjoyed. she likes showing me what she can do! Saturday we went to a beer festival! It ...
... Jessie, they are only a year apart. On Friday I caught the train into Watford on the outskirts of London were I met a few of my international friends. We had booked tickets to the Harry Potter Studio Tour months ago. The tour was very cool. It had a lot of props and sets from the movies including the Great Hall, Gryfindor bedroom and common room as well as costumes, props and interesting information. Out in the backlot they had 4 Privet Drive, ...
... mayhem to have the locals demand an end to the Fairs. The early 1960's saw redevelopment of the area with a new modern for the time shopping centre planned and built, it was however plagued from the start with issues of poor construction and high rental costs which meant that many of the potentioal businesses shyed away from the project. 2003 saw the opening of what we see there today, a modern shopping experience with 36.5 milion visitors a year and on the ...
... frequenting another location and gave us directions. We balked at a deep and very muddy ditch that was in the way of the direct route and returned to the car to drive less than a mile towards Bewdley where we stopped at the larger Earnswood Copse car park. From there it was about a 15 minute walk to where we found a group of birders who had seen the Two-barred Crossbills 30 minutes earlier. As we stood around for a while a pair of them flew past but didn't stop and we ...
... dog. Nick eventually found him tied up at the visitor's centre, having missed out on a nice long walk with me. He had the decency to look guilty when I finally came home.
I continued, sans chien, but I have to say I missed my furry companion. I do so many long walks with him, that I found myself continually looking around for a black shape bounding through the undergrowth.
Somewhere around mile three I discovered I'd left my water bottle on the side ...