Hilton Garden Inn Luton North
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Today, I went out to Duxford near Cambridge. Duxford is a former RAF airfield used during WWI and WWII. The airfield played an integral part in the Battle of Britain. The airfield closed in 1961 and was used to house old aircraft. Now it serves as Britain's largest aviation museum and airplane conservation center. It houses over 200 aircraft and …
... t know what it could have been, only that it was the cause of him losing about 5-7 kg. He had trekked with some great people part way round the Annapurna circuit. Sent some awesome photos; I thought that was it. He had fulfilled his wanderlust and would now start his way back home to Australia. All week I sat with my phone in front of me. Didn't matter if I was at the computer or having dinner. That phone ...
It was ridiculously dark by the time I got to my hostel, but only 4.30 in the afternoon. I was tired, and cranky and starving hungry, so I had a quick shower, and headed back to the tube station, to find my favourite little Italian restaurant that Lucy and I became regulars at 6 months ago. I had an amazing pasta and tomato soup for entree, and then my favourite fried spinach balls and garlic penne pasta. The most amazing meal I've had my whole ...
... and across the Millennium Bridge and then onto Wellington Arch.
Wellington Arch was a monument in the middle of a round-about near Hyde Park about the destruction of historic buildings in London.
In the afternoon, we headed to the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. We heard good things about this place and although it cost 16 pounds to get in, it was well worth it. If we are ever back in London on a Sunday night, we would definitely come back here.
... to visit them. We walked to Luton Parkway Station (near the airport) and caught the train to London. Changed from St Pancras to Kings Cross, then took the underground to Morden. Alexi met us and we walked to their place. We had a lovely meal with them, and Anna had made scones!
Rosie greeted us with a drawing she had done for us and wanted to know where Karen was! Lyuba has grown into ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Luton North
The hotel was ok but not close the anything. If you don't have a car you are stuck. This hotel caters to the local area.
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