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Hi, Just a quick one, anybody know Birmingham? Advice on best way to get from railway station to apollo hotel http://apollohotel.e-combuilder.com/splashmain.asp/pages/id.10357/ecombuilder.html … Read More
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Hi,

Just a quick one, anybody know Birmingham?

Advice on best way to get from railway station to apollo hotel
http://apollohotel.e-combuilder.com/splashmain.asp/pages/id.10357/ecombuilder.html

any ideas how much a taxi will be?....
mnay thanks
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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http://apollohotel.e-combuilder.com/splashmain.asp/pages/id.10357/ecombuilder.html

to me looks close within walking distance,maybe 15mins walk,but maps can be deceiving. I suggest you use Google Earth and plot the points in a path line and it will give you the distance. I would do it for you but I'm rubbish at using Google Earth,I need more practice.

Could give them a call and ask how far they from the station also,you think they give more public transport info on website,think everyone coming in by car!
1 Like #2
Would imagine a taxi will be about £5-6, probably about 2 miles about 10 minutes in a taxi.

^^^^ Deffo not walking distance, unless you love walking.
1 Like #3
yep, would 20-30 mins walk even if you know the roads.

plenty of black cabs by the station but not other option, meter at £2.50 before the engine starts, one-way system etc., i'd be surprised if it was less than £7.
1 Like #4
In a black cab between £5 - £10 ....
#5
look on the bright side, you're staying pretty much opposite the duck - great pub lots of real ales.
#6
sossidge
look on the bright side, you're staying pretty much opposite the duck - great pub lots of real ales.


Probably 22 years since Iv'e been in there. :w00t:
#7
greg_68
Probably 22 years since Iv'e been in there. :w00t:


yep, i'm northside, so i'm no regular but the tgi / liberty's traffic seems to keep it going without spoiling it
#8
Is tgi's still there?
#9
sossidge
yep, i'm northside, so i'm no regular but the tgi / liberty's traffic seems to keep it going without spoiling it


smithyp1
Is tgi's still there?


Thats a yes then ..... lol
#10
sossidge
yep, i'm northside, so i'm no regular but the tgi / liberty's traffic seems to keep it going without spoiling it


I was north too, Great Barr

smithyp1
Is tgi's still there?


No it's gone now. oh hang on I think I am getting mixed up with Liberty's, passed there last week and noticed it was shut down.

TGI's still there.

You may get a bus up the Hagley Road but unless your strapped for cash I'd taxi it.
#11
I just realised you mean the station further along,make it double and a bit more than I said,think you be best take a taxi now. Phone hotel though and ask if any bus routes along the way as be cheaper than taxi.
#12
ah, sorry was just going from that hotel map, no expert on tgi's - the only one i notice is the one in sutton when i'm sneaking into tk maxx of a lunchtime.

too off-topic now, i'll quit while i'm ahead.
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smithyp1
Is tgi's still there?


TGI's on the Hagley Road burnt down last year :w00t: Not sure if they have rebuilt it.

EDIT: http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2008/08/12/blaze-at-tgi-fridays-on-hagley-road-causes-traffic-chaos-97319-21515633/ EVEN GET A VIDEO!!

The other option would be to catch a bus from Colmore row (lots of bus stations) and there a few which go down the Hagley road. This is the cheaper option as I think its £1.50 to get a bus? (Don't quote me on that as I haven't been on one for a while...)
#14
lots of quick replies there!
thanks all

not me thats going but will pass on the info, much appreciated!
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#15
Mum2Connor&Cerys
I just realised you mean the station further along,make it double and a bit more than I said,think you be best take a taxi now. Phone hotel though and ask if any bus routes along the way as be cheaper than taxi.


quite a few ups and downs and twists and turns to get from new st to the nearest bus stop on that route and the fare's £1.70 so scarcely worth the saving really...
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#17
andyat2002
TGI's on the Hagley Road burnt down last year :w00t: Not sure if they have rebuilt it.

EDIT: http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2008/08/12/blaze-at-tgi-fridays-on-hagley-road-causes-traffic-chaos-97319-21515633/ EVEN GET A VIDEO!!

The other option would be to catch a bus from Colmore row (lots of bus stations) and there a few which go down the Hagley road. This is the cheaper option as I think its £1.50 to get a bus? (Don't quote me on that as I haven't been on one for a while...)


Re-opens 4th July
#18
greg_68
Re-opens 4th July


I wish I could say that was something I was looking forward too...

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