Holiday Inn Express Luton Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I woke up at 6:15, had a short shower, had a quick bite to eat, checked out and walked to the airport.
I was one of the first to check in for my flight back home, so I had plenty of time to get through security and the duty free.
The flight back home was shorter than the flight to London by 1 hour (strong tail winds) and there I was, back …
... a definite change of building style from the Tudors. Out into the gorgeous gardens and then to the cafe where we bought a light lunch before heading off for our tour of the Royal School of Needlework.
We were met by our guide who took us into the rooms that they used, I was taken aback by the cramped quarters that they had and we were told that they couldn't change things as it was part of the ...
... opposite to the Apsley House. It was built in 1830 to celebrate Britain’s victory in the Napoleonic wars. The top of the arch used to have sculpture of the ‘Iron Duke’ but it was removed in 1882.
Another reason why people prefer choosing a Central London hotel accommodation located in the vicinity of this neighbourhood is because it offers amazing restaurants and bars like ...
... one of the worlds worst airlines, good luck. I rather smugly have sauntered off to emirates and am using the time to enjoy the nice seats with a charger for my phone to write this entry. All the staff are wearing funny hats with what seems to be a feather hanging off the front which makes all conversation with them really awkward as I'm not sure where to look.. Maybe that's the point, it will ...
... into town to watch it in the pubs. The weather was very good and our chosen venue for the event was The City Arms just opposite the Millennium Stadium. The City Arms is an excellent boozer, it's retained it's character over the years and now caters to fans of Real Ales, Ciders and Specialist Lagers. In short, it's our kind of pub. We get a seat easy enough and then sample the Real Ales whilst watching the game. Wales got hammered, so did we.