Holiday Inn London - Heathrow
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn London - Heathrow West Drayton
Other then issues with the room phone and a wander to reception in my pjs all is good.
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Due to hotel regulations it was informed I must check out of my hotel before 10.30am or I ould be slugged with another nights booking. I woke up used as much of the free WIFI as possible, checking all my flight times were suitable and any information that may be of use when boarding the flight. I weighed my baggage checking it was below the allowed limit of 32kg, also ...
... lots of stairs. Rhys were holding two bit suit cases and said, we will alright. After about 50 steps, we realised that we might have made a wrong choice, but we had no choice now but to keep going as there were hundreds of people behind us. Obviously, we did not see this sign.
which I found out to be incorrect, it should be 175 steps. Everyone would image or not, after fourteen hours flight and one hundred and ...
After a smooth 11.5 hrs on an A380 Airbus out of Johannesburg, we're back in London for a whole lot of walking, checking out Churchill's war rooms, jockeying with shoppers at Harrods, and finding the ultimate croissant. Here is the final inspiration from Mr Churchill himself: Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning-- Winston ...
... some awesome quaint farm houses.... and now I want to build one in Canada.. We got to Liver Pool (Home of the Beatles) and didn't waste any time getting to the driving tour. There is a Cathedral here that is the biggest in the world and I tell ya, its scary to stand beside.. it was built in 1904 and it was like the worlds largest ******* contest at the time to see who could build the biggest cathedral.. and this guy was definitely ...
... pretty knackered and a little confused about which way I was kicking. Even though I didn't really care, it was strange playing against the team I wanted to win. In the end the hawks won by a point and I went and joined in the celebrations wearing the swans gear, very strange in deed.
It was also ladies day so there was a substantial crowd in attendance and pretty cheap drinks which Stace seemed to like. With Aussies everywhere it turned out to be ...