Gatwick Corner House Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... to inflict some Chalet menu experiments on them as well. I think it went down OK.
Took a new BMW R1200GSA for a test ride. A lot of bike, rides like a sports bike as far as turn in and performance are concerned. Very chuckable. Smooth too! Lots of electronics and brand name adding value (or just costing more!). Huge on the road, but still only carries two people around the world doing 45mpg, at twice the cost of ours. It was nice though. Maybe next year! Sorry, ...
... lunches or pack our own, we ended up at all-you-can-eat Pizza Hut. When you're rushing around the city with 2 tired and hungry (and picky eaters) kids it's sometimes easier to give in and go the fast food option.
After lunch we went to Science Museum. It was a massive trek through the underground to get there but we'll worth it (and it was free!!). The kids loved looking at the rockets, planes, cars, ...
Thursday, June 26
Today we got up early to do a bus tour around London. We got to see a ton of stuff such as the Westminster Abbey and Big Ben. We drove past a few things but didn't see them too well like the Buckingham palace and Kensington palace. We also drove past Madame tussaud's wax museum but considering there was a picture of One Direction on the outside I can say ...
... it preserved but one page of the book is turned every day to pay honor to the men whose names are on that page. This has been done every day since the books was written. It takes 14 months to get through the whole book and then they simply go to the beginning and start over again. That made my heart smile! The inside of the cathedral is stunning except for the very plain chairs sitting around the rotunda. One has to ...
... walked down Regent Street, which has to be the most beautiful street in the world, and on to Shaftsbury Avenue into Soho, down Charing Cross Rd and caught a train home from Leicester Square. It was dusk, not too busy and very very enjoyable.
On the way home we called in at the Offy and got me some Fosters and Paddy some obscure expensive boutique beer. Home for lamb chops and mashed potatoes. Terry's turn to cook.