Cottesmore Golf and Country Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... over three hours trying to entertain ourselves in an empty terminal.
Day 2 33 hours later, and we have finally arrived in London. The kids have been great, despite all the hard going along the way. They got to fly on another A380 out of Dubai, which also was broken, because it had no Airconditioning working until the engines started working. This wouldn't have been to bad, if not for it being 30 plus degrees inside the plane, it taking 1 1/2 hours before the engines started, plus the crew didn't have the brains to offer people a drink unless they asked for ...
... about footy, movies, shows and life in general! Another highlight was getting to see Matilda the Musical. An amazing show with some of the most talented kids we've ever seen. Well worth seeing if you get the chance. So, after some last minute purchases (VAT cash back as an incentive) we said goodbye to our hosts, had one last pub fish n chips and headed to Gatwick to board our flight back to Dubai. We had a wonderful trip away and can't believe how many places we visited ...
... got a couple of pairs so we could try them out on the flight. James did ok, he was still a bit subdued but he managed the flight without feeling too terrible. The transit in Dubai was stressful.....we had a total of 55 minutes between landing and departing again and at one stage we were in the biggest line ever seen, until they opened another transfer desk. Arriving in London was such as relief! ...
... spot, mmm . . . We hung around for an hour watching, only a very small sample, and then decided to head back to the Royal Mews, where on show were the carriages, a few horses, cars and of course 'the' famous gold carriage which has been used for every coronation since George IV, and also played a big role in the celebrations for the Queen's Golden Jubilee. Was a lovely walk around right in the heart of London, but not ...