Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town West
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... 3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">We headed out to lunch, enjoying the Spanish Tapas, which are everywhere, from the Bar Cafe, were Will had a 1€ beer, all 200 mL of it.
... d have to see it to understand. There's just something about them that pulls you into their music and you have to jump around. Especially when they start playing Freakshow!
The Defiled. It's weird how much changed in a week. Last Thursday I couldn't care about about them, this week I'm ******* excited to see them play again. The crowed loved them and they obviously really enjoyed the show. I almost caught a drumstick. I wish I was a bit taller, ...
Yesterday afternoon we went to the West End to take in "The Book of Mormon". It was hysterical and it's always wonderful to see a show here in one of these lovely little theatres. We had great seats and the crowd roared with laughter right along with us.
Then, a quick stop at a local pub on the historical Carnaby Street seemed in order. A mixture of young people seeing the world and old City guys having a quick drink before they face the train home; ...
... huge rodents, frogs, a bear, glow worms, fireflies, lots of lizards and iguanas and so many more beautiful animals, birds and insects in their natural habitat. I've zip lined over a forest, visited the hottest place on our planet, done some epic hikes and treks, experienced a summer Christmas and New Year, seen the infamous Australian bush fires. I've also visited dozens of churches and read the bible from front to back. I've swam in sea that's as warm as a bath and in ...
... from the guide was great! By the way, London Bridge is nothing compared to the Tower Bridge...who knew?!?! Once off the boat, we hiked up the hill to the Tower of London...this place was much larger than I had imagined and a lot more interesting than the history classes from high school. Kaelyn's favorite part was the torture chambers...should we be worried? Alyssa loved learning about all of the exotic animals that were donated to British Royalty and kept ...