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 …
... also. The other interesting venue is Vicar Street
which is not a street but just a name for a famous traditional music venue in
Thomas Street in the heart of Dublin.
I found that Dublin had many more traditional
folk music venues that operate at most times of the day or night. Whichever
bar, café or hotel that I visited in Dublin, it had folk music being performed
by talented local musicians. Moreover, I could find all sorts of music in
... for a little rest before deciding what is on the menu for dinner tonite ... my feet are a little sore ... Had a rest (well I spent my time blogging!) and decided to go to an italian restaurant they had great reviews. I had a chicken risotto which was nice (not the same as mine but I'm not italian!). Enjoyed it very much. Back at hotel now, tired and need a good sleep. Early plans for tomorrow. Goodnite all ...
... twice as big as a normal dinner plate, paired with a steaming mug of Earl Grey, it just doesn't get better. Plus together we read the morning paper, in our best English accents. "When you're a bobby on the beat in Britain's most rural police force, you're going to need more than handcuffs and a pair of wellies to do your job". (read that out loud in your best English accent, add in some jet lag and you suddenly have a hilarious game to play at the ...
Bus to Dulwich/forest hill to visit the Horniman museum with Jeremy and Caitlyn. Highlight was the cute little aquarium, perfect size for our little boys. Then walked to Dulwich park, great playground for Freddy to work off some energy. Coffee at the Dulwich Park cafe which had a little play area for ...