Gatwick Grove Guest House

Address: Copthorne Common Rd, West Sussex, England, RH10 3LA, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Copthorne Common Rd, West Sussex.
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Around London

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 20, 2015

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... the ballet tonight. Bob went to an outdoor shop and bought a zip top and a map of Cornwall. When he got back to the B&B, he went for a 6 km run in Hyde Park and was pretty hot when he returned. We had booked for tonight a dinner and theatre show on the Internet before we left Whitehorse. The dinner was a two course meal at the Spaghetti House on St Martins ...

Second Day In London

A travel blog entry by km66182 on Jul 21, 2015

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... patterns. St Pauls cathedral was very big but also very high. We had to walk up at least 550 stairs, because of course back in the days when they built St Pauls, they didn't have lifts! When we got to the top, we got a spectacular view of London. You could see Tower Bridge, London Eye and the whole of the city! When we had finished looking around the rim of the outer dome, we knew that we had to go back down another 550 stairs! When we got all the way down, we went down to ...

Day of Churches: Westminster and Shakespeare

A travel blog entry by emily.picardi on Apr 08, 2015

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... floor and carved slabs of stone in the floor over the coffin to mark the graves. And then people started to get real fancy and started building huge monuments and memorials to important dead people and installing them in the church as well. Today the church seems practically stuffed to the gills with memorials and graves. You can't walk in a straight line without traipsing over graves in the floor, there are statues everywhere, and the walls ...

Visiting the parks in London calls for a gala!

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 19, 2014

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Europe is one of the seven continents.
This is not separated from that of Asia and therefore often referred to as
Eurasia. There is no perfect boundary that separates the two continents; Ural
Mountain and Caspian Sea form the only border of the two continents. The
continent is bordered by Mediterranean Sea, Antarctic Ocean and Arctic Ocean.
Beyond this Geographical definition about the continental perspective of
London, there is ...

Still in Ireland

A travel blog entry by anne-perry on Oct 01, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... the Marriott Hotel for the night where I made arrangements to stay in London and Ros went on to York. I booked into a hotel for four nights where I did the Hop on Hop off bus tours and waited for Louise to arrive on the Tuesday(she was coming over to do a few days travel with us). Tuesday 1st October Louise arrived so I gave her a walking tour of London. We walked for a good three hours just enjoying the sights and each other, it was great. Sorry having trouble with the ...