We received a story from one of our clients as a thank you letter for the services which they got from Stansted Airport Taxi. We are proud to publish these nice words and happy to add one more happy customer to our growing family.
You can read his comments below:
I booked a cab with Stansted Airport Taxi for a return trip from Stansted to Rochester . Their correspondence has forever been eminent. Their charges are sensible. Their drivers turned up on time and were exceptionally respectful and their vehicles were Comfortable. They keep in touch constantly and are consistently accessible to answer any questions by messages, messages and WhatsApp Stansted Airport Taxi is solid. I was being gotten soon after 10 PM with my kid from the air terminal and the driver was on time, cordial and expert. The interchanges in advance on who might be gathering me, the vehicle reg and get subtleties were great and consoling.
The driver was accomplished and all through the excursion, he was talking about the historical backdrop of Rochester. The driver told me about different areas of Rochester. First of all, the driver told me about the history of Rochester. The city of Rochester has developed from the town of Saxon to one of the most lovely urban areas in England. The Romans showed up in 43AD and made Rochesterone of their most significant urban communities by building a fort and an extension over the Medway River. It was only after 1088 after the attack of Norman that Rochester had its most memorable stone castle worked over the remaining parts of the old Roman Fort.
The lord of that time, Rufus, asked his Archbishop Gundulf, a planner, to construct him a stone royal residence and later a radiant Cathedral, the second-biggest in the country. Minister Gundolf likewise fabricated an emergency clinic for pariahs in St. Petersburg. Bartholomew's was the most established emergency clinic in the nation, albeit the main clinic has vanished.
One of Rochester's most well-known associations is that with Charles Dickens. His family moved to Chatham when he was five years old. In the wake of getting away from Chatham, he later got back to Gad's Hill Place in Higham. By then a considerable lot of his books were distributed and perused all over the planet. Notwithstanding, he passed on while composing his book "The Mystery of Edwin Drood".
A large number of Dickens books included references to Rochester and the encompassing region where today two celebrations are held in his honour, the Dickens and Dickensian Christmas Festival. Numerous different celebrations are held in Rochester: from May, with the 'Scopes Festival', July with the Summer Concerts held on the palace grounds, through to the 'Dickensian Christmas' and the light parade through the roads of Rochester.
Excellent experience. Great communication from the booking to the end of the drive. Super punctual and accommodating with my family's needs. Will be using it again.
Excellent service, the drive was on time and very helpful. In future definitely, I will recommend this service to my family and to my whole friends.