The Lion & Swan Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... anything like this before and am ridiculously excited/ f'ing terrified. Never been to any part of Asia, never been to the jungle and never done much camping/ living outside. Got a feeling I'm in for a rude awakening. Today's part of the adventure takes me to the Dr's for my final shot, manchester airport, Doha, Singapore, and finally Kota Kinabalu. As long as I don't make a balls up of ...
... limited amount of aircraft, I suppose it is understandable
A lot of models were used in the film (you just don’t go crashing Mosquito’s, no matter what your budget is
Next I asked about the aircraft in the Film the Battle of Britain
The German aircraft were sourced from Spain at the time; the Spitfires/Hurricanes were hired from private collections and private owners
As a note, the Messerschmitt ...
... see this incredible display at the end of the tour. Lucas used some of his vacation money to buy a stuffed version of Fawkes (Dumbledore's Phoenix) and a wand, while Anthony bought a package of "every flavored jelly beans".
We eventually made our way to the hotel (Premiere Inn Kings Langley) for another very late dinner at TGIF, which happened to be connected to our hotel. We thought this was funny. We were once again exhausted, but are truly making the most of every ...
On our way back from Gloucester we took the M40 motorway and were gridlocked for over half an hour. There had been a minor accident and it just gridlocked the motorway for miles. Usually, we take minor roads. Some A class roads are like motorways and others are just two lanes but the tall hedges close to the side of the road make you feel like you are on a much narrower ...
... a good few common birds that we haven’t seen yet in 2012 (including, incredibly, Yellowhammer and Tree Sparrow) and it will soon be Spring migration time when new species from further south will be turning up (it won’t be long before Chiffchaffs start to sing and Sand Martins arrive at local ponds and rivers) and there are a few minor rarities in places that we expect to visit shortly which should be enough to keep us going for a few weeks ...