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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On the they hand out a ghastly breakfast, which I rightly give a wide berth. Flying over the South of England it's is noticeable that there is a dusting of snow. But we land on time and get through passport control etc. in good time. Off I go for a short wait for my train and then take my seat to ...
... this store has people dancing on a stage, literally just raving. Christmas time is a wonderful time to be in London. People are festive and wear ugly Christmas sweaters, which has become a craze over the past few years. I bought myself a penguin one. The Christmas markets (winter wonderland) were great. They were similar to Oktoberfest. They even had German beer tents, a Ferris wheel and loads of rides. Christmas markets are something we don't get in Australia. It really feels more ...
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... a very fun and interesting process. We have a balcony that is already set up with a lot of clothes lines and racks. Our window in the bathroom conveniently opens up to the balcony so one of us would rinse and ring out, pass it through the window, and then the other would hang it up outside. The clothes took about a day and a half to dry completely but we felt very proud that we were able to do this! We will continue this process until it is too cold outside ...
... going in, noting all the particulars and using a mirror to check under the vehicle before the bollards are lowered and they get into the street. No pedestrians allowed. Bit further along we saw the Horse Guards ready to set off to the palace, all done up in their impressive gear. They passed us up at Trafalgar Square as they turned up the Mall to the palace. Brits do this sort of thing so well. Continued up past Leicester Square, and along Oxford ...