Premier Inn Heathrow Airport - M4/J4
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Heathrow Airport - M4/J4 Hayes
Good business hotel. Helpful friendly staff. Hopper service available to airport and tube station.
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... the Crown jewels. In there was a really big feast dishes made out o pure gold, there was even a salt holder bigger than my X-box made of pure gold. But I was not allowed to take any pictures inside. At the end were the crown jewels an they were really big and shiny bu the actual crown didn't look very comfortable. After we left the London Tower we went to the Katherine docks and there were lots of old sail boats there. We went home after that and went out for Thai with Rhonda. ...
... at the Moulin Rouge. I just wanted to see some boobs but what we ended up seeing was something pretty spectacular. No photos allowed inside but I can say there were lots and lots of boobs, some miniature horses and some insane guys on skates.
Time was flying by. Before we knew it we were at the airport saying farewell to France and found we had ...
Expensive and cliched but the hop-on / hop-off bus still a handy London intro and crash history lesson. Did a part loop on the bus before joining the throng at the Tower of London. A sea of ceramic red poppies marking the WW1 fallen is being 'planted' in the moat - beautiful. The tower experience absorbing as ever - the imprisonments, double-crossing, murders, executions etc. Better than fiction. Though hard to explain to an 8 year old ...
... and deserved a tip. The boat turns around after passing through the Thames barrier gates and heads back up the river. The gates were built to stop London flooding on exceptional tides but the guy doing the commentary said that they are looking to build higher gates closer to the mouth of the Thames due to global warming. We decided to get off at Greenwich for a spot of lunch as it would have been another hour on it's return journey to Westminster. We found a ...
... and visiting as well.
After dinner, we walk over the Thames river to get to the London Eye. Our timing is good as we are not rushed so we can stop for pictures, ice cream and a short time on a climbing playground before heading to the queue for the London Eye. We have bought our timed tickets online so we head to that line and queue up. There isn't a long wait. At this time of the evening it's just not busy. Lucky us! I'm glad we did not pay extra ...