Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town - Goffs Park
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Large quiet rooms, tv, friendly staff, comfy bed. Great value
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Went to the Imperial War Museum today which is about a 15 minute walk from flat.
Heaps of people about and very crowded so didn't spend a lot of time around the main exhibition galleries, but had gone for a "Fashion on the Ration" exhibition. Very interesting and was looking at fashion prior, during and after the second World War. "Make do and Mend" was one of the slogans. ...
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... we enjoyed Matilda immensely too. There were lots of kids in the theatre, and they were loving it, and laughing infectiously. It's a full length show, lots of kids in the cast, fabulous choreography as well as the very entertaining and clever music. Again, the show itself, the production, and the performances were of a superb standard. We were lucky to get reduced price tickets on Wednesday morning for the matinee later in the day on both occasions. Opera - Courtesy of our ...
So it is definitely happening. I have a place to volunteer with IVHQ and I will be traveling to Tanzania to work at an orphanage in Arusha for a few weeks in December! I am so excited as despite various successful fundraising events, I have never worked for more than a day on the ground and experienced the 'real' life scenario of a poor community for my self. Therefore, I ...
... card, then we got to the bus station and within about a minute the correct bus pulled up. We jumped on and settled in for the 30 minute bus trip. Not only was the traffic way worse than yesterday, then there was an announcement that "This bus' destination has changed." Ugh, what? I asked the driver and while I couldn't understand the new destination through the protective plastic, I inferred that when the bus gets to the new last stop, we get a voucher from the driver and catch ...