Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town West
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A per usual I'm up good and early, have a quick shower and a coffee, then hit the road in my mundane Hire car. It's a Renault Captur by the way. Before leaving home I stoke up the log burner so it's nice and warm for when the Countess gets up. I lit it on Thursday and it's still going strong. But I'm hoping that at Orlando and Cocoa ...
... small figurines for nativity scenes, but were slightly random. For example stables and Mary and Joseph could be bought but at the same time, so could hills, bears and other, more random buildings. The other highlight of these markets was our introduction to caganer's, an iconic Spanish traditional Christmas decoration of a human figurine pooing. Most people stop at these stalls just to laugh and take photos. There are caganers of everybody, the queen, football players, the ...
... man holding a sign with our name on it-he’d waited. Very special service! We arrived at our apartment at midnight, driving through some heavy rain, with lots of lightning.
We awoke this morning to panoramic views of Kas and the Meditteranean. Our lovely 3 bedroom apartment with an infinity pool(incredible price) is perched high up on the cliffs. The walk up/down to the centre of town will keep us fit now that we’re not cycling. This stay will be ...
... What a lovely experience, having loved the TV show. Pretty expensive though! Pushed on up Baker Street and finally got to The Beatles Store. Just a fun thing to do. From here - and it was about 5.00pm - we decided to go home and get some food into us. Each day we make a sandwich for lunch and I generally buy a coffee somewhere. Just so we can sit down and try to soak up what we're seeing. Probably up to the Goldsmiths Arms again, but it's good value and a good ...
... went down to HMS Belfast. Built in 1936, The Belfast was designed for the protection of trade and offensive action she was immediately called into service patrolling the northern waters in efforts to impose a maritime blockade on Germany. However, disaster struck after only two months at sea when HMS Belfast hit a magnetic mine. There were few casualties but the damage to her hull was so severe she was out of action for three years. On rejoining the home fleet in ...