Langshott Manor Hotel Gatwick
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... which is located very strategically, along with providing best services and facilities. Because of its location, the hotel becomes suitable for both the leisure as well as business travelers.
While you are residing in this hotel, you would be on a walkable distance from known and very famous places such as Oxford Street to be obvious, Kensington Gardens and Piccadilly Circus. Other famous places that you would like ...
... we figure we have been half way across London and not seen a thing :)
Three tube changes later we arrived at Marks and Spencers in Oxford Street, Glenis spied a little Pub, we had a 1/2 pint and a light lunch before joining the thousands of shoppers - I bought a Bag and Glenis bought new knickers :)
Stopped off at the Supermarket on our way home, we catch the Tube to Canary Wharf Station, then a bus to Orion Point - where there just happens to be ...