Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town West
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When my pedometer app told me yesterday that I had walked 29.5km I thought it was on the blink...jet lag or something like that! When my phone buzzed at me late this morning I thought I had received a Txt or perhaps I had come across a wifi network , but no... it was my pedometer telling me I had reached 50% of my daily target of 10000 steps! AND IT WAS STILL MORNING!!! So in fact - and my feet can certainly attest to the ...
... till we could get into our rooms. We didn't last long once we got into our rooms. The boys were out within minutes and slept for almost 4 hours. Me and Kelsie went for a walk to explore a bit more instead of sleeping right away. Once we got back we fell asleep and slept for a while. When the boys woke up they were hungry, of course, so they wanted to get food and a drink. So I went with while Kelsie kept sleeping. We walking down and found a gourmet hamburger joint ...
... countryside. Jamie comes round after work with his partner, Libby, and her brother. There was a family party to repaint the house as John moved in. It looks easily manageable, compact and clean. Most importantly, though, John is so much happier to have family so near. When we turned on our wifi, we heard that our Quaker Friend, May Wyon, had died. She was 100 years old and quite ...
We left Paris at 7:30 am their time and boarded the Euro star to London, The country side is a lot like the mid Willamette valley on both sides of the channel. We did see when we went into the Chunnel. First picture is in the British Library, it was the only picture I could take there, we saw the Magna Carta, the original copy of Alice in Wonderland, original music compositions, and I probably wrote this before in another ...
... complete, which requires some sightseeing in Marylebone, and Aidan and I may end up taking in some locations associated with The Beatles in London as well--Paul McCartney's Cavendish Avenue home, Abbey Road Studios, and the zebra crossing where the famous album cover was photographed are a very short distance from one another and a number of other Beatles film locations as well. Definitely check back tomorrow for an update on this little side adventure...