Premier Inn Birmingham Central

176 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B169NY, United Kingdom
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Travelling between Birmingham University and the Birmingham Conservatoire

by volarevolare

Hi all,

Need help here with transportation information for travel between the Birmingham University and Birmingham Conservatoire.

Would travel by bus or train/tube be the best way to go?

Any idea how much it'd cost? :)

Thanks and have a great day!

smiles,
francesca

RE: Travelling between Birmingham University and the Birmingham Conservatoire

by leics

This link should help. The Conservatoire is near New St station, so should be easy to get to. There is no underground metro/ tube in Birmingham.


http://www.uce.ac.uk/web2/aboutus/pbarea.html

RE: Travelling between Birmingham University and the Birmingham Conservatoire

by CEP1863

Which university in Birmingham? There is the University of Birmingham, Aston University and the University of Central England (UCE).

RE: Travelling between Birmingham University and the Birmingham Conservatoire

by h_arh

try contacting the Birmingham Information Centre thery will have bus details, cheapest way and may be able to give an idea of taxi fare if bus unsuitable.

Sorry no metro/underground in Birmingham.

Keep smiling

H

Travel Tips for Birmingham

~ Delcious Balti Curries ~

by Heavens-Mirror

Balti in Europe started attracting notice over the last few years in Birmingham.

The Balti is an Indian dish representative of a style of cooking which some say is native to Baltistan. It's a kind of curry, its ingredients usually assembled and cooked quickly in a manner reminiscent of a stir-fry.

The heart of this style of cooking is a cast-iron pot, originally also called the balti. The balti evolved into a half-hemispherical pot as likely to be made of steel as iron, and usually called the karahi or karai. A Balti is usually both cooked in the karahi, and served at the table in it. Typically served with Balti is naan bread, a thinnish leavened bread (somewhat like pita bread) torn up and used as an eating implement, to scoop up the Balti and get at the sauce.

Overall Balti is a very tasty dish and i would definetly recommend you give it a try if you havent already. It is extremely popular with the Indian Community over Birmingham aswell as English residents too. Plus eating out an Indian takeaway is not expensive so give it a try or you could even try a packet of Mc Coys Balti flavoured crisps which go down well with a glass of Beer!

The Jewellery Quarter,...

by J_P_B

The Jewellery Quarter, Hockley, Birmingham

Birmingham is one of four places in the UK with it's own hallmark. You can get bespoke jewellery here for not a great deal of money. Well worth a wander about, if not to purchase anything, then to gawp at the jewels and precious metals.

The Harborne Run

by davidburrows about Harborne

Among Birningham students and local young people, the Harborne Run is celebrated. It's not quite running with the bulls in Pamplona. but done properly. can be quite a challenge.The rules vary depending on the objectiveie, sample a drink in each pub to getingt totally ratx@£!%. You can work up or down the High Street - I would recommend away for town as the bars get a little more tolerant, and preferably not at weekends! Start at the White Swan (proffesional route), up the hill to the Green man and the Plough, up the High st and left to the Sportsman, carry on to the White Horse, across the High St th the Harborne Stores - not student friendly - and back across to the Varsity. Carry on up to O'Neills and then up to the New Inn on the road parallel to the High St. Out of there to the Vine. For those with the (hollow)stomach for it There,s the hard to find Bell - lovely pub. A half pint and a short in each is the classic way. Some groups co it in fancy dress and/os 3-legged. Enjoy and good luck! None - but there are some door staff at weekends

Train routes South from Birmingham New Street

by Galahad

Train routes.
26th May 2002 Virgin trains provide a fast 2+ times per hour service between London and Wolverhampton.
Silver Link provide a stopping service from Birmingham New Street to London Euston.
Centro and Central provide lots of other local services and from October 2001 they increased the service from New Street to Wolverhampton and Coventry in the evenings to half hourly upto about midnight.
17th Jun 2003 The Government has announced that the track will be ready from mid-October 2003 for Virgin the run their trains 4 times an hour at 125mph reducing the service time to London by 20 mins. I do not know, yet, when the new timetables will be introduced - Jan, May or September 2004 because it's going to involve all the railway companies that use New Street.

Home cooking ? you bet

by sourbugger about The Mash House

'The Mash house' is part of a small chain of restaurants that specialise in serving some real English comfort food to Birminghamites in the trendy Brindley place canal quarter. The menu consists of a range of pies and sausages served with several variations of mashed potato.

Some argue that restaurants that essentially sell food that you could make at home (I mean how hard is to buy and grill some sausages ?), but this never seems to have stopped the growth of Pizzarias in Italy, has it ?

The real emphasis in this new place is on informality. The 'design' concept team has been in (and here is there website : http://www.383project.com/383news/?p=284 ) but it has kept to a nicely 'family freindly' format. Free meals for kids, and everyone sits at long tressell tables that encourage chat and interaction. Everyone gets a piece of paper (not just the kids !) and some crayons to express their deepest feelings about their pie or sausage - and some are pinned up the walls.

I also liked the thought that has been put into staff training. The staff were very freindly and chatty without being overly-familiar. I liked the touch of sitting down next to you at the table to chat through the menu. Don't you just hate those fussy restaurants where the waiter is leaning ever so slightly over you as you desperately try to find something you like on the stupidly long, tasselled and leather-bound monstrosity that handed you about 45 seconds before.

Enough ranting about other places - try this one out.

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 Premier Inn Birmingham Central

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Address: 176 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B169NY, United Kingdom