Premier Inn London Kew
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... yards over the imaginary ravine. At the signal, each team start disassembling their gun into its component parts. The barrel, the wheels, the ammunition, and the limber. The limber being the cradle the barrel actually fits into while being fired. To see the frenetic activity of the teams doing this against each other and the clock is brilliant. First off is the barrel which is slung onto a cradle which is then attached to the suspended rope. Two men then ...
... who had been marooned upstairs as Steph & Simons cleaner had inadvertently put the downstairs alarm on when she left that morning & he didn't know the code to turn it off. Max & I had unfortunately left our phone at home when we left so he hadn't been able to contact us to tell us of his dilemma. But after a feed he went back to his sick bed for the rest of the afternoon & Max & I relaxed. It was going to be our last sleep in dear old London town! ...
Arrived London 11 Sep, warm and sunny. Express train in from Heathrow to Dockside Hotel in Stepney. Tony & Maggie here and dinner with Claire (Maggie's daughter who lives close by). Walk around Tobacco Dock area that night. Walked London Central next day. Eurostar to Paris on 13 ...
... I was pleased to discover the large £1 fans I had bought in Shanghai for sale here at £4.
The Flight was uneventful - Food, Films and some sleep. I struggled to find something interesting to watch on the in flight system and watched the LEGO movie, which was okay if a bit cheesy.
Once we arrived at London, we travelled through the bowels of Heathrow. Down and back up and along lots of electric walkways and long escalators. At customs, ...
... a fancy ham and cheese sandwhich and some scones with cream and jam. The meal was nice but the service was so slow that we spent about 2 hours waiting and eating our food.
After our meal was finished we went outside into a very busy square with many grand statues around the edges. My mum decided to take a panoramic shoot of the area and I wanted to ruin it by being in it multiple times. Though as a ...