Holiday Inn Aylesbury
Travel Blogs from Aylesbury
... crazy. Chris and I climbed it. It was a little intimidated, due to the rain and the slick moss and lichens built up over the millenia. But at the top, it was definitely worth it.
Saying goodbye to Bielefeld was harder than I expected it to be. We had a great time with the Schabbe************estly couldn't even thank them enough for the wonderful time. It was just awesome!
So, leaving was rather bittersweet. It was so sad to ...
... into the pub in the order we had arrived - it was very nicely done. We ordered from the menu and some to time after we received complimentary bread, butter and whitebait. Very well presented and very tasty.
I chose a scotch egg variation as an entree, and Bob had terrine - see the menu on the website for details. I then had venison, and Bob the beef, ...
... in the wrong direction but Marie said "no". She was right and we eventually made our way home.
We walked a total of 6.8 km today. No wonder our legs are tired. Good thing my cold is almost over and Marie's knee is pretty good.
Tomorrow we will once again take the underground to catch the Chunnel Train to Paris. We had a lovely time in London but are ready to move along to the next phase of our ...
... in this case fairly close. Meanwhile a pleasant man told us its the other door. We pulled and slogged our belongings to the next door and were very relieved when these doors opened. I was thinking these trains were not like ours where every door opened to regurgitate passengers but Pat explained the door was broken.
We decided to exit to the street and somehow figure out what to do. We were ...
... through the centre and although I'm sure it would have some nice views, nothing like the stunning coastal landscapes we're anticipating :-) Printed all our paperwork tonight... e-tickets, visas, hotel reservations! That is making us both overly excited ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility