Gatwick Corner House Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... be fair its still huge and the amount of machinery on display from Japan, US, European and UK manufacturers was brilliant. Almost all available to be sat on, have the tyres kicked, picked to bits and generally dribbled over. There was also everything from ear plugs to tyres, clothing and accessories, and clearance lines.
This time we knew what we were looking for, and we found it. Some new security bits and a very small compressor to help with flat tyres. Like ...
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... The hawk has the official title of scaremonger. The only bad thing about the tour is the weather finally decided to not cooperated and we had a "Florida" downpour. We had to scamper around Centre court in order to avoid being soaked. Luckily, the rain cleared up in time for us to make the wonderful walk back to the Tube. We decided to visit Kensington Palace on our way to some shops. You may know Kensington Palace as the home of Prince William and ...
... Steve had been confirmed as flying back in premium economy, I had not and Air New Zealand could not check us in. Our conversation with them started at just after 14:00pm. We had planned to lunch as I needed to eat (pre our flight) at LAX and relax before our flight at 16:00pm. An hour and a half later, after a very unproductive conversation with Singapore airlines a call to the Philippines and an exasperated call to First Class, we had 15 minutes to check in or miss the ...
... must have been about 40m long and arched about 3 or 4 stories high – truly a remarkable animal. GG thought it was a lot better than the morning’s museum visit and he didn’t see everything either.
There were some assembled dinosaur skeletons and an interesting display about the history of man and our prehistoric relatives. There is what looks like a pretty whiz bang planetarium, which of course costs extra, but even though I ...