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:
A few weeks ago I had to go to London's famous city Bristol for business. When I arrived at Stansted airport I wanted to book a cab and then I booked with a Stansted Airport Taxi. I booked a cab from Stansted Airport to Bristol . The driver was well educated and gave a lot of knowledge about Bristol . The driver also discusses the history of Bristol . Bristol is famous for its harbour, its blend of architecture, and its contribution to the arts and sciences
It's known for its Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Bristol Balloon Fiesta, and its rich history involving swashbuckling pirates and North American expeditions. The driver was so lovely and chatty and recommended lots of places for us to visit. The driver sent me a WhatsApp of his car details (a classy Mercedes) and then I texted him to let him know I was outside and he arrived within minutes. We felt very safe on our journey. I will use a Stansted Airport Taxi for future bookings and recommend it to friends. Cannot complain at all, especially for such a good price too! the driver told me that one of the best things
Bristol is its pride in local businesses.The city has even had its own currency since 2012 when the Bristol Pound was launched to keep money in the local economy. when I arrived that Bristol. and then know the history of bristol
Commercial Bristol was controlled by corporations. No one could just open a store and start making and selling things. A professional artist had to be a member of his organisation. To become a king, you would need to train for a job, usually for seven years. By the end of this period, enough competence had to be verified by a test piece submitted for consideration by a team of organisation members. At times, as a merchant organisation, those taking the test were allowed to do only certain things, not the whole list. Some are even restricted from repairing old things but not allowed to do new things.
There were also strict rules about trained 'foreigners' who were not allowed to set up shop in Bristol. Some exhibitions and markets have been excluded from these laws, but often organisational instructions have had to be followed and violations of the law have been punished.Shipbuilding was always important but Bristol was famous for both glass and pottery. As early as the 18th century Alexander Pope commented on the many clusters of glass builders. Next came the long chimneys, to transport smoke from the gasoline industry and inland.
I used this service to go to the airport, the taxi arrived on time and the driver was very kind.The car was clean.It was low price compared to other companies. He was very pleasant and efficient. He dropped me at my destination as agreed.I was very happy with the service and would use them again.