Holiday Inn Garden Court
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Garden Court Aylesbury
Travel Blogs from Aylesbury
... courts. Two of the player/squash coaches, Darren and Sam, put us up at their houses. Jen and Julie and I shared the living room at Darren's house after a night cap. We met Darren's wife, Sally, and his 13 year old daughter, Emily. Unbelievable hospitality. We also met their dog, Scoley, a 40 kg golden doodle with a passion for leftover pappadum. Jen and Julie fell asleep quickly with the Netflix light being cast from their iPads lying face up on their ...
... not plush but certainly up to expectations, good value for money and well located. We will probably go back up to London on Monday to do our duty with Ann' s dad's ashes. Then on Tuesday we move on to Ann' cousin Bill for a couple of days.
Til next time, Regards to all.
Ann and Mark
PS To Jenny and Robert and Dave and Glenda, we hope you had a wonderful cruise and a safe journey home. We will be looking forward to your report when we get ...
... the same time. Mike's seemed to stay as a head cold but Eugene's virus went straight to his chest - all this a few days before Christmas! Poor Mike was even sick for his birthday but continued on with his planned family dinner. Eugene spent most days in bed and couldn't even go to London with me one day as he needed to stay in bed. Needless to say, I enjoyed the day and thanks to my shopping consultant, Kay managed to find a frock! I enjoyed walking down Oxford and Regent Street ...
... dark. Anyway we have got the book on the 'Ladies' and plan to find out more about them. Well, that seems about enough of this part of the holiday. We can't believe that we are two thirds the way through our travels. We have seen so much and experienced so much with so many people that this holiday will be forever 'that moment in time'. Thank you to all our family and friends for making us so welcome and..........for allowing Mandy to use your washing ...
... off to be made into wigs for children with cancer!
Sunday came around to end off the week and the trip and it was my turn to catch my final flight back to the UK to finish my trip. This has been one of the most incredible 6 and a half months of my life and I have learnt things that I never thought I would. I am so grateful for the opportunity to have done this, though I am now excited to see family, friends and have new adventures back ...