Alton Grange Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Saw Rebecca's travel blog today and caught up with all her news, so felt inspired to start a blog for our upcoming USA trip, so here goes!
It's just under a week to go and still seems a lifetime away. Will we ever get to the airport? Will Mark ever finish work?! Will we be able to fill the suitcase, ...
Currently sitting in the British Airways lounge at Heathrow waiting for our flight to Edinburgh. The flight from Dallas was uneventful. I however only got around 2 hours sleep and at this point I am part way between asleep and being a cabbage as it is currently 9:45AM but my system is telling me it's only 3:45. Once we arrive in Edinburgh we're going to try to go as long as we can into the evening before going to sleep so as to try and fight the jet lag. Wish us ...
Arrived at 10:00am after a good night sleep, at least for Em and I, went straight to the arrivals lounge. Breakfast done, another massage done, shower done, and now to check in for our third flight of this adventure.
Everything went great until we hit the security line after check in. Used the iPad ...
... eeeer ..... spot the difference between normal check and fast bag drop.....in my opinion none!!!.....except you do all the admin for them.....clever stuff!! An early repast! The large but well appointed Vivre restaurant beckons. Staffed by over trained waiters from the sub-continent eager to sell extra side orders and fizzy water. Cathy opts for Hounslow "tap". I am concerned my request for a medium rare burger had fallen on deaf ...
... sea approached it was hard not to appreciate how lovely it was. We parked up and made our way onto the pier. There was a hut (run by a guy who had completed Route 66 many times over the last 15 years) who we exchanged stories with and he asked lots of questions. We realised that it was a mini test to check to see if we had indeed completed the entire route and once it was established that we had, we were presented with a certificate of our journey. We were told about ...