Holiday Inn Express Luton Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... York which he feverously scribed a private diary of, which he has vivid crisp memories of.
My sister Penny has recently started a travel blog, one episode of which I feature in during our trip to Prague. While reading that, and belly laughing, I realised that perhaps Al was onto something.
So, for my entertainment, not yours (well, you can be entertained, but it’s at most optional) here are my travel ...
... really good to get out and do something after over 24 hours of sitting down.
Later in the evening we had an introductory meeting and quick campus tour of Imperial before dinner. The food at dinner was decidedly average, with lamb of about 80% fat content. It definitely makes you appreciate home cooking! We had an early night afterwards after being awake for 17 hours, all of us excited and happy to have finally arrived.
... took us out our old seats the others went! So frantically she seated us randomly some where else but then they came available again! Bit of a nightmare but we got seats together at a reasonable price so we were happy :)
Still feeling pretty stressed we headed through security but our queue was taking forever. Some Chinese kid on what looked like a school trip, had packed a toy gun in his ...
....... road, healthy, free, the world before me .... " (W Whitman)
Not sure Walt had EasyHotel in Luton as his inspiration for that one !
What can I say - needed sunglasses for the bathroom. Small, clean,functional and 15 mins from Luton Airport (oooooheeee, ooooohh ! )
... who has hit the wall. I am also feeling a little under the weather, I think we are just over tired. We headed into Hyde Park, saw our first squirrels (very friendly - almost running up our legs). Then halfway down the park it started to rain. We sheltered under a tree for a while then gave up and hailed a cab, for another chatty and friendly cab ride. Then with umbrellas in hand we walked to a local pub (Pride of Paddington) and had a couple of ...