The Airman Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Friday 27 June After a long and hot drive from Canterbury in heavy traffic we left the M1 at Junction 11 Luton. Bypassing the airport drove the narrow country lanes to Meppershall, our last rental accommodation for our holiday. Some times the gps seems to take the 'scenic' route, much to our chagrin, but saying that the scenery is very picturesque …
A day to get ourselves back into shape. Kirsten was away early as she had a course in London, ************ to school followed shortly after by Paolo as he went off to work. We had a leisurely breakfast before I headed off to Letchworth for an 11am appointment at the Chiropodist. My feet have taken a bit of a bashing over the last eleven weeks and needed a bit of treatment. Emma did a fine job as usual. It was like ...
Were picked up from the hotel at 11pm and driven to the airport for the final flight of our trip. We checked in quite quickly and then made our way to the departure gate, a long way but there is a train to assist the journey. Dubai is a vast airport with duty free shops selling everything you could desire. The boarding gate opened early and we went through and were then held up in a large ...
No signs to the house on the heath, fortunately the locals were helpful! Kenwood House was the location of the film "Belle" which was the unusual story of a mixed race child of the slave trade. Her uncle, the Lord Chief Justice of the time, brought her to live with her cousin in the grand house, where she was treated as one of the family, except when guests were invited. There is a painting of the two children, but only a copy in the house, as the original resides in ...
... little sheltered bay away from the wind, which is quite spectacular. Dropped down to Stromness to buy provisions at local bakery, butcher and Co-op. Returned to near Stenness to see Maes Howe, but it was closed, so returned home. Cooked a meal, then Adrian, the owner came by to show us how to work the TV. Very nice man, had a long chat. Turns out he is selling Harefields . Fri.11 After breakfast set out for Skara Brae. Unfortunately the back pain has returned with a vengeance. ...