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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Each afternoon's air show featured an array of planes from the slow to the very fast and the relatively quiet to the ear-shattering loud, all very impressive and enjoyed (?) by all of the expected 500,000 attendees and visitors! Two evenings during the week, the night air show wowed the spectators, with displays by aircraft (including a glider and personal jet) illuminated with a multitude of lights and pyrotechnics, followed by a dazzling firework display.
There are nearly as many aircraft at the EAA Airventure at the same time as there are in the whole of Australia! They come in all shapes and sizes - from microlights to an Airbus A350 and a B52 bomber. Lots of people fly in and camp with their planes. We parked in Camp Scholler, a massive camping area, nearly full, with reportedly up to 30,000 RVs plus tents.
Our campsite was about 2km from the ...
... climes with a greater potential for storm activity. The communication airways were extremely busy, something we've not experienced since leaving the UK. At this time, Oshkosh is the busiest airport in the world; the controllers are hand-picked for the occasion. The procedures are carefully laid down to ensure safe arrival of the expected 10,000+ airplanes. Joining over the towns Rippon and then Fisk, the controller picks you ...
... along around curves and under a bridge to the finish line.
We had a look around, watched the bands and had a drink then back to the races. There were 25 in each race and finally it was my race. My duck was at the back and came out of the gate last. A great start. I followed it along and it became stuck on a rock. It then went under the bridge and came out about 4th or 5th. Great excitement. I then followed it but was too excited ...
... into a space worthy of Architectual Digest (I’m so lucky I get to be her roomie here at school!), and me, Sarah, whose skills include many things such as the ability to carry on entire conversations by myself and being daring enough to start a blog!
Be sure to check in with us in June as we begin our adventures in Edinburgh, Aberdour, Glasgow and the Scottish ...