Monthly Archives: November 2014

Ice Cold in Alex

Remember that old WWII black-and-white drama, Ice Cold in Alex, ¬†starring the great Alec Guinness clawing his way through the North African desert, dreaming of an ice-cold beer in Alexandria? What a film! Not so long ago necessary journeys from … Continue reading

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Warwickshire History

You don’t have to look very hard to find history in England. It hits you in the face as you meander along the¬†lanes or pass through tiny villages. It’s the buildings that hold the biggest surprises though, and there’s no … Continue reading

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Warwick

There’s no question that Birmingham is the airport to come into. No marathon hikes from gate to Immigration, no crowds, no non-stop departure announcements, just a cosy and comfortable stroll to the carousel and a welcoming smile from underworked Customs … Continue reading

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