Premier Inn London Hammersmith
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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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 …
... so we had to go there for the obligatory Harry Potter photographs at Platform 9 and 3/4. Even better there was a Harry Potter shop that the kids visited. From Kings Cross Underground station we travelled on the Picadilly line to Earls Court. It was a bit of a hike from the station to our hotel but on level ground so not so hard with the luggage. We have three rooms in the hotel ...
... route took us through many parts of London. Down beautiful boulevards and past small mansions and also through immigrant areas with neon signs in foreign languages, which was an interesting juxtaposition.
The bus took us past us past Marble Arch and down Park Lane, where we saw car dealers selling million dollar cars.
We left the bus at Harrods to experience the street and the stores that ...
... I like how every so often they put up a sign that says 10 minutes then 5 minutes. However, just now I started off with 30 minutes. Even the info guy apologized to me. Everyone in the lounge is "glowing" with perspiration. Too much luggage. So far I have flown American and British air....very comfortable. Wonderful cabin crews. Even gave me a 250 euro. Voucher for ...
... accent.. If this is how the trip is starting.. I am excited for what is to come. My goodness if you ever come to London airport do two things: 1. DONT take the lifts... its a gong show of epic proportions with people pressing buttons prematurely and everyone doors opening and no one getting anywhere. Take the escalators. 2. If you have any mobility issues at all... take a wheel chair... whatever "CLOTS WE GOT!".. on the flight over are surely gone as ...