Premier Inn Basingstoke West (Churchill Way)
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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I'm writing this from Guayaquil, because I didn't have internet connection while I was actually at Heathrow.
I actually left St Albans the night before, on the 15th, because my plane was due to leave Heathrow at 6.35 am and I didn't want to go on a long, expensive taxi journey in the middle of the night. I caught one of the latest possible trains to St Pancras International - ...
... like Monet, Renoir, Manet and Van Gogh. There is so much to see in all the museums and you always feel like you are only scratching the surface. Then off to the Museum of the Armory to see the tomb of Napolian. We end the day at the Arch de Triomphe, which Napoleon had commissioned in 1806 to celebrate the victories of the Great Army. I climb the 280 steps to the top to get a birds eye view of the Champs Elyesee. Day 4 takes us first thing in the morning to the largest museum in ...
... in the car for the 75 minute drive to the airport. We've been packing all day so it won't take us long to fall asleep I'm sure. It hasn't sunk in yet that we're leaving, and I predict it won't for at least another few weeks. That's all for now, night. ...
... to do. What I will say is that everyone at the airport at least seems happy - either going on holiday or going home just when the sun has gone and the rain has reappeared. None more so than the small child who, when queuing up to get my hand luggage back after the always terrifying moment of walking through an airport scanner, decided to forget who his real dad was and tug on my sleeve ...
... the missing bag had my lens solution and contact lens holder in it, I was not able to remove my lenses. If you are a contact lens wearer, you know how the lenses become almost glued to your eyes while in flight, and especially a flight of this duration! On a whim, I explained what had happened to our stewardess and I asked her if the staff by chance keeps any kind of disposable contact lens cases for situations like this. Lo and behold, she herself wears contacts and she ...