Crowne Plaza London-Gatwick Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza London-Gatwick Airport Crawley
fabulous big room, huge bed, easy access to Crawley for food etc, big supermarket close by for last minute things and much needed bottle of wine (!)
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Crawley really is a lovely part of the world. It demonstrates why no one really wants to live near an airport! However, we checked in to the lovely Crowne Plaza for the start of our Florida adventure! We had a good drive down from home meaning that we had enough time to quickly unpack our overnight bag (Lyla enjoying every cable and bit of clothing …
Day 2 AM - The Journey Fearing the worse for dropping off bags, but pleasantly surprised, very little cue, no doubt a result from the fact you now tag your own bag and stick it on the conveyor belt, next we'll be flying the dam plane ourselves! Having made sure the better half secured the tag firmly, didn't want the bag taking a mystery tour! We then headed off up to Frankie & Bennies for a spot of breakfast: Herby Potatoes 8/10, Eggs 6/10, Sausages ...
Left London and travelled to stone henge and then Plymouth. Went for a cruise on Plymouth Harbour and then travelled into Cornwall and down to St Ives. Back to Plymouth and then went to Dinner on the Moors. Great night with some spooky stories of the Moors. Back to Plymouth for the night and then left for Bath and Cardiff. Had a great Banquet dinner at the Cardiff Castle with entertainment provided by some Welsh singers who have had leading roles at some of the West End ...
... Oxford Street to do some shopping. Charlie and Tony were undecided about their plans for the day when we left them. Their plan was to wonder around and see if they could find something fun to do. The girls had a good look through the shops and both made a couple of purchases, then we did some souvenir shopping! Following this we went to Fortnum and Mason, I have wanted to take the girls there for afternoon tea since last time we were in London and ...
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