Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town West
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... the manager let us go on board, not after we had paid the difference for the ticket, despite it being their mistake.
... the worst cover of Elton John's Don't Let the Sun go Down on Me. From Southampton we ventured along the coast to Brighton. The narrow seaside streets and architecture similar to San Francisco lead all the way down to sea and the famous Brighton Pier and arcades. Coming from a country where beaches are picturesque and the sand is... well... sand... It was funny to see people sitting on pebbles and enjoying their 'beach time'. ...
... We caught the tube to Oxford and were in our element (again, Andy no so much). Oxford Street goes for a mile and has shops left right and centre! We wish we found this street earlier in the day as it was about 6pm when we got there and we knew we still had to go back to the hotel, grab our bags, get to our airport hotel and check in. So we figured we still had a bit of time to wonder around. After breaking our backpacking budget (yet again) we both got new shoes and I got a ...
... numerous construction projects going on and the security guard started to tell us about one and then stopped and said "I can't tell you about that." Our next stop was lunch at a way-by, the first time we ate at a picnic table. We then walked by Dyrham Park, with a herd of fallow deer and a large house and garden. This house was open to the public and we paid to walk around the gardens. It was a very nice English style garden and had a couple of ponds to complement the perennials. ...
... and enjoyed watching the kids playing in the shallow pool area. Don lay down and had a snooze for 45mins, which helped boost his energy levels a bit. After this we walked on to the Natural History museum as once again Don had read they had true to life size dinosaurs on display. Once we walked in the door (to yet another incredible building) a diplodocus was staring straight back at us - huge! We could easily have stayed longer here too, but with ...