Holiday Inn Express Gatwick-Crawley
- Bed and Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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Monday was lost in transit. We arose early to finish packing in time for Matteo & Caterina to pick us up at 6:30am. The drive to Malpensa airport in Milan took about 2 hours thanks to peak hour traffic. Our flight was delayed so we ended up with a 3 hour wait before leaving. The flight was just less than 2 hours, but took us to Luton airport which is quite a way out of London. On arrival we jumped on a shuttle bus ...
... obviously translates to Aduké leaving for 4 months (slightly dramatic on my part) and still having to deal with letting go of a certain man. I had a dream about him last night. That's not happened before. I feel like he's a virtual entity or a living memory of which I'm never to bring to reality again. I'd do anything to see his face, feel his warmth once more. Oh how I would fall to pieces...But I need to stay strong. I left Victoria station to catch ...
... br> I had told Dan that he would enjoy talking with people who love to chat and pepper their very animated conversation with parables. Not 20 seconds into his first conversation a lovely older gentleman said, “We different, but you cut mi I bleed the same colla blood!”
I think this will turn out to be a major highlight if not THE major highlight of a year full of highlights! ...
... bottom of the stairs just around the corner, the crowd grows into a large lump of humanity that is shuffling towards the entrance gates and now we are stuck as there are too many people behind us to turn around and make an escape.
Amazingly enough, when we finally go through the turnstiles, it opens up and there is still a crowd but not so bad as some people peel off to go on the Bakerloo line and we go towards the Northern line. We walk ...