Premier Inn London Hammersmith
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Early in the morning we drag the kiddos out of bed (aren't we nice?) to catch our early morning flight from Malaga Airport to London Gatwick. Returning the car at the airport was easy - just park in the Hertz designated areas and find the key drop box. It's a long walk from the car park to the terminal. We check-in, drop bags and get through …
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Then we walked over to the Westminster Abbey, which was large and detailed and gorgeous. Again just so iconic London that it kind of stuns you to see it up close and personal. I loved seeing the hugeness of this place and especially the windows, from the shapes to the stained glass. Really beautiful.
Next on the list was Buckingham Palace. At one point we had talked about seeing the changing of the guards, but ...
... my head on the chair infront of me. I got talking to him though abiut my travels and how I was from Australia and my blog. He was actually so encouraging! I hope he comes in again, I'd like to chat more. So hello and thankyou to Jakob. Also, not on a 'people I meet at work' note...I slammed my thumb in the till draw so hard last night that three tables turned when I let out a whopping yelp. It's now chipped at the base, split and purple. Good bar tender that. Lisa ...
... and classical culture one must keep in mind that they need to visit London with a lot of time at hand. London is a city that is visited the most. All the areas in and around London demands to keep your voice at a reasonable volume. While walking down clamorous street one must remember to follow the basic set-up and rules. Good manners like use of magic words have become a part and parcel of British life. Use of words like “Please” and ...
... open a hard but was inside. Cory brought one home and we googled what it was - chestnuts! He wanted to eat it but we read if you eat raw chestnut if can give you really bad diarrhea. We had Chimichanga for supper and it was delicious! I got the chicken that had mushrooms, cheese and bacon on top. Cory had a chicken burrito. We went by the grocery store and got some vodka and just hung out and watched Big Bang Theory. It was a nice change after being so ...