Premier Inn London Hammersmith
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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 …
... spending couple of days outside at the end of November? xD
It got a bit better after I got a coffee. I walked around a bit, got my Oyster card and had a lovely conversation with the guy selling it xD He asked me about my "I <3 <3 Doctor Who" button, we talked about Torchwood and how he used to love the Doctor when he was a kid... talk about British stereotypes.
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... in dust) was an early example as one used in the Battle of Britain, but we could not find any information about it's history. Other exhibits were over restored and nothing like what they would have been in service.
The American Jeep had a paint job on it that would put the average Rolls Royce to shame. And the Russian T34 tank looked brand new. By contrast the battered Reuters Press Land Rover, was full of bullet holes, there was no label on it ...
... home from their week away late Sunday afternoon. We had a great meal at The Eagle pub that night. Great pub, Mark became a local. 11th August Today we planned to activate our London Pass card, we travelled by train to Victoria station for a big day in downtown London. We rode The Original Bus on a hop on hop off tour taking in all the wonderful sites such as Trafalgar Square, St Paul's Cathedral & many more. Lunch was at an old English pub. We tried to get to ...
... interactive. However by about 1pm our brains were saturated with new knowledge about volcanoes, minerals, earth facts and creepy crawlies so we exited and grabbed some sushi and sammies to have in the park outside the museum. Around 2pm I headed off to Embankment to secure a spot to cheer on the Tour de France cyclists as they approached the finishing line at The Mall. The city was pretty packed but ...