Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town West Hotel
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Now clearly they were full and no chance of getting in.
They do collect up your name and seemingly give you priority entry for another taping, but still no guarantee that you would get in.
Can understand why they oversubscribe to ensure they can get a full audience but seems like it's at least double the number they could possibly take.
So if get another chance will need to start queuing much earlier.
... packed with people. The line just to get to the line to check in luggage stretched the entire length of the airport. It was crazy the amour of people flying and we were lucky to hear 'flying to Barcelona' shouted out so that we could cut the queue. It was lucky we did, passing through customs we moved straight to the gate an only just made it, despite having arrived at he airport incredibly early.
... staying is the Albert Hall, and they have had at least 2 Christmas concerts every day since last weekend. It's a big venue!!! People of all ages wear 'Christmas jumpers' -traditional, knitted, with reindeer, or Christmas puddings, or trees, or angels, etc., in large numbers. There was a big charity 'wear a Christmas jumper to work' day last week. Musicals - Last week we saw Book of Mormon which was outstanding, hilarious, very naughty, and entertaining every minute of the ...
Hotel Lunch @ the Black Friar Globe - sadly no tours until tomorrow morning Boat to London bridge Then London Tower- Crown Jewels awesome Found GP: Emma ear infection. Anti bugs Boots to get meds London eye to get tickets Dinner London Eye Taxi home Zzzzzzzzz by ...
... then checked out. I remembered that I had Jenny's "Hope Post" postcard destined for Northern England - a little rain damaged - so I made a sign for it and stuck it to the window of the reception window, with "hope" that a traveller heading that way and staying in the hostel will take it one step closer. We now needed to catch the bus to Victoria Station, where Jess would catch a train to Gatwick Airport. On the way I had to stop by an underground and put some more credit on ...