Spaghetti Junction anyone?
You're making my point for me really.
are you sure? There is a reason for the phrase 'being sent to Coventry'.
It relates to the English Civil war.
Personally I think since the regeneration of Brindley Place and the town centre B'ham is a far nicer place than Cov.
Cov has also been 'regenerated'. This word however is just a euphemism for 'we've built a load of overpriced city centre flats that are now in negative equity, and opened a few bars and a Starbucks'.
Mind you if you like the nightlife in Broad St. other than for a stag or hen night then you obviously have questionable taste anyway.
I was trying to give an example of something remotely positive about Brum. It was either this or spaff about how its 'the home of the Balti'.
Sorry this is nothing to do with Poland, but I feel the urge to defend my homeland.
Blind loyalty is never good.