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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Here we are in London, the second flight was heaps better. The three girls slept pretty much the whole way from Abu Dhabi to Heathrow, therefore no threats of violence to genitals. Booked into the hotel , breakfast demolished and time for a tubs and teeth descaling operation. Going to the city to collect some passes and have a bit of a look around …
... the front to see. He said that was his highlight! Then we checked out the marble statues that Lord Elgin tried to bring back from the Pantheon (but got held up by the French and went broke, so then the Museum had to buy them). It was interesting to see the casts he made while the Pantheon was still relatively in tact in Athens. I thought some of the larger marble statues were really interesting too especially since parts of them are housed in Greece ...
... then went in a few smaller stores. At 3 o'clock we went to Sotheby's auction house to have High Tea in their cafe. As we munched on small sandwiches and scones and drank our tea, we enjoyed watching auction results on a video monitor. The prices some of the items went for were unbelievable.
After tea we went back to the eastern part of the city to go to an evensong service at St. ...
... on the wrong bus going in the wrong direction for 20 minutes, walking aimlessly around Camden only to end back up at KOKO, we finally made it back to our hostel at around 4 am..
The next morning when we had to wake up for a 9 am tour of the Houses of Parliament, we began to slightly regret our late night adventure in Camden.. However, after the tour we visited Buckingham Palace and had a nice relaxing afternoon in St. James Park, consisting of a little picnic and a much ...
... after all that walkin'. Other beverages we had throughout the meal were a Syrah rosé from Languedoc, and a red Burgundy. Both were quite nice, and the rosé was perfect with the liver mousse! Our first course consisted of three dishes: Smoked rabbit and crayfish Scotch egg with roast salsify, sea veg and shellfish vinaigrette; Chicken liver and foie gras mousse in black cherry jelly; and Confit pork belly with apple puree and a black pudding-sausage roll. All three ...