Charde Guest House

289 Mackadown Lane, Tile Cross, Birmingham, B33 0NH, United Kingdom
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Day trip to the coast

by dcrose

I will have an extra day in Birmingham and would like to make a day trip to the coast. I will have a car and would appreciate any recommendations suitable for a day trip. Thanks.

Re: Day trip to the coast

by DUNK67

Weston Super Mare is only about a hour and a half from Birmingham.

Re: Day trip to the coast

by leics

The SW coast (Somerset) is feasible, but the M5 can be horrendous (roadworks/ traffic) so be prepared for that. Birmingham is, sadly, a long way from the sea!

Re: Day trip to the coast

by afsime1

North Wales is a possibility - e mail me for more info

Alastair

Re: Day trip to the coast

by Donna-21

Weston Super mare isnt that far, junction21 of M5 South of Birmingham. It's ok here but isnt exactly a stunning beach. It gets very busy in high season too as with most places. If you do go, there is another sight to see if youre around the area and thats cheddar gorge,there are caves here and probably doesnt take that long to see. There is always south wales/north which is lovely.Surronding areas of birmingham are usually known for its pretty countryside and not really for its beaches. But there are always lots of things to see and do in birmingham itself! Have fun.

Travel Tips for Birmingham

Birmingham City The BLUES

by bluedook

Whilst in Brum visit the fantastic St Andrews home of the Blues. A fantastic stadium, Premiereship Football and a great afternoon or evening for all. for details see
http://www.blues.premiumtv.co.uk
and enter the official site

How shall i write this one up ?

by sourbugger

The advent of such contraptions as the thing I am using now to scrawl this tip led to the death knell of a once proud Brimingham industry. That and the Bic Biro.

There was at one time over 100 firms producing quality pens in the Jewellery quarter of Birmingham, employing people (mainly women) in their thousands. Pretty much all of this has now disappeared.

It's good to see that the trade association has funded this impressive (and free) little museum. Contained in two rooms, there is just about everything you could ever wish to know about the history of pen making in Birmingham. Displays also include typewriters and products produced when production switched to boost the war effort in the 1940's.

I unfortunately arrived when there were no demonsrations going on, but a brief look around convinced me it would be a good place to bring children back to when there was.

It almost makes you nostaligic for the days when you could sign your name elegently on a piece of real paper rather than putting some banal moniker on an e-mail.

The clubs and pubs are all...

by chavez

The clubs and pubs are all accumulated close to each other..but the aussie bar or the rock cafe and ronnie scotts (live Jaz music)are the best
lots of music and cheap drinks and friendly atomsphere no jeans/ T shirts casual but smart

The Central Hub Of The Motorway Network

by J_P_B

If you are brave enough to attempt driving to Birmingham, you will find that it is right at the heart of the Motorway Network in the UK. The M5, M6 and M40 all go to Birmingham.

Driving from the South West of England (i.e. Devon, Cornwall, Somerset, Bristol, Gloucester, etc), you use the M5.

Driving from the South East of England (i.e. London, etc), you use the M40.

Driving from the North West of England (i.e. Manchester, Liverpool, Cumbria, Staffordshire) you use the M6.

The M6, M42 and M5 all join up to make a ring of Motorways around Birmingham - a bit like the M25 in London. The Northern section of this (M6) can get very congested and is in fact one of the busiest streches of road in Europe! They are shortly to open the Birmingham Northern Relief Road (M6 Toll) which is the UK's first Toll Road. What effect this will have on the congestion remains to be seen!

Fun and stylish sushi!

by brummielaura about YO! Sushi

Everybody has heard of YO! Sushi, the iconic sushi restaurant, where you pick your food from a conveyor belt. It's a fun way to choose your food (you can also order from the menu), and never boring, as you can watch the sushi chefs at work. Miso soup (unlimited refills) and boiled rice are essentials. For rolls, I'd recommend the classic California rolls (crabstick and avocado). My personal favourite is Prawn Katsu (crispy fried prawns). My friend swears by salmon sashimi.

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