Courtyard by Marriott London Gatwick Airport Hotel
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... if you're tall. The flight was long, and uncomfortable, with the headrest too low, and the leg room too little, for either or us to find a comfortable position.
... 8220;toilets” (as called in London) on the streets that you can pay to use or “urinals” on the street for free with no doors on them….the men just get to stand in there and do their thing….nothing on that street for women. Just sort of strange to me.
Fun phone booths all over the place but Isabella said this one was stinky!
... that the black 'n white houses on the Main Street and it is a place right out of an old book. As we hadn't eaten since leaving Liverpool we had a late breakfast in converted cellar cafe which happened to have the best fruit toast ever! We stayed overnight in Birmingham which was a working city. Nothing overly pretty or funky about the place really. A highlight for the city is the Bull Ring mall which is pretty cool. ...
... hides blankets from people long gone in a rainbow of colours and a myriad of textures. On shelves in the lounge are all sorts of different party hats- police hats, Australian hats, wigs, flower festival bands among others. In the kitchen are at least a hundred small containers and bottles of herbs and spices, some from supermarkets and some from other peoples wanderings to spice trading countries. The sad part is that when this flat is ...
... for some "feet up" time. We have done so much walking lately and our feet were happy to have some respite. There is always tomorrow.
Tuesday June 17
Our take on the day:
We have always promised ourselves that the next time we return to London, we would visit St Paul's Cathedral. Nine years ago on our last visit to London we did not get there so today it was the first thing on the list. I have always loved this ...