Premier Inn Aylesbury
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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First quote and giggle of the trip...."don't forget to close your flaps" this man shouted out in front of us all lining up. We obviously burst into fights of giggles, so mature.....good decision to travel the world together?? Unmmmmm no comment ; Plus someone from the xfactor sitting opposite. It's a fun game trying to place him......poncy prick eating haribo! Totally in love...with himself!!! Bye ...
... that it's Mary that we love! Oh, it's a jolly 'oliday with Mary Mary makes your 'eart so light! When the day is gray and ordinary Mary makes the sun shine bright! Oh, 'appiness is bloomin' all around 'er The daffodils are smilin' at the dove When Mary 'olds your 'and you feel so grand Your 'eart starts beatin' like a big brass band It's a jolly 'oliday with Mary No wonder that it's Mary that we love! Now then what'd be nice We'll start with raspberry ice ...
... got our room key for us and showed us our room and around the hostel. It is a really cool place with a kitchen, lounge, multiple bathrooms, rooms upstairs and downstairs, and computers and Wi-Fi. When we were in the kitchen using the Wi-Fi, this French guy started talking to us. He told us about his trip to Poland where I thought he was talking about Portland, Oregon for the longest time until we got that figured out. We also met a Japanese guy there too. Unfortunately, ...
... the island’s history and why tourists and slave ancestors come here still to this day. He told me about the history of the gun I’d found him sat beneath. Then he invited me into his home.
Now I was invited into many peoples’ homes during my time in Africa. These were invitations I often accepted, not only because it represented an opportunity to engage with people on their own patch, but also because such an invitation is an honour ...
... relative ease and, with few words or minutes shared before turning in, we settled down to begin a week’s eventful stay in the Malian capital.
This week saw us buy visas, wait for an old friend of mine to arrive from England for a two week jaunt through Mali and Burkina Faso, and nurse rather ill stomachs. It will though be remembered mostly for one truly unforgettable experience.
The morning of Wednesday 17th started ...