Gatwick Little Foxes Hotel
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... of Brighton was the fresh fish n chip lunch and getting to play in the old penny arcade. We couldn't manage to get any accommodation in Brighton in our price range so we decided to stay in a town called Crawley. It is right near Gatwick airport which where our hire car has to be returned on Monday. So from Crawley the idea is to do some day trips out to the Sussex area and probably see more Castles! Until then, Cheerio - Jess and ...
... eventually up to 22 miles, but to be perfectly honest I think the combination of the challenge of running that distance along with Lara's companionship and willingness to listen to me babble for hours to while away the miles, made it not just possible but even enjoyable. While I usually pushed the pace at the beginning of the runs, Lara made the distances possible and kept my legs moving even up to and past the dreaded mile 17/18 which I now officially recognize as my wall.
... flight to London) and landed over two hours later than scheduled due to a ATC delay upon our arrival that kept us circling London for a good forty five minutes before we were ushered in. There were two very very sick children on our flight, and their coughing fits kept us from sleeping for any appreciable length of time (poor kids--you know how you can tell from a cough or a cry just what the problem is? Even Aidan, who doesn't believe that's ...
Trade was flourishing in Britain with the Continent before the time of Christ.
The unofficial national anthem of England "Jerusalem", sung at rugby matches, tells of the son of a Jewish carpenter, born in Bethlehem who accompanied his uncle, Joseph of Arimethea, a tin merchant from Jerusalem to far off islands in the Atlantic in search of tin.
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... you are will not recognise that I am in Gatwick airport. It recognises Gatwick Zoo (didn't know there was one) and suggests that as my location, but as there is a distinct lacks of giraffes in the Premier Inn I have forced it to display Crawley High Street as my location.
Can't wait to get to Orlando and find out where it thinks I am.