Premier Inn London Docklands - Excel
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... eat food without feeling like I was going to see it again. Brazil was amazing, beautiful, inspiring and generally a brilliant experience but it was also daunting, tiring and at times overwhelming so it is nice to get back to things that you are used to. Our first few days in England have been spent recovering from jet lag, doing a little shopping, strolling through London and doing mandatory training ...
A day of waiting and queuing for a one hour flying time flight to Frankfurt lay ahead - fun.
We booked a cab take us to Paddington Station to then get the Heathrow Express which from our knowledge seemed the easiest way to get to Terminal One.
Our cabbie when he picked us up offered to take us all the way to Heathrow for less than what the Heathrow Express would cost. So we said yes and had a good ride out to the airport. The driver ...
... train station) and made our way to our hostel we were staying at in Earls Court, London. This was about a 20 minute ride on the tube, and a 15 minute walk with all of luggage (35lb suitcase and a backpack). Man its ************ uneven bricks with luggage. We couldn't check in until 2pm so we decided to put our luggage in lockers and then go explore the city, especially since we were told to not got to bed until around 8-9pm to get over jet lag faster. This was ...
... packed with arriving passengers. Customs would need to bring in extra staff to cope with passenger numbers, but to make matters worse, there was an Industrial Strike and the Underground Tube was not functioning. The roads were chaos. We stood in line for just over 2 hours to clear immigration. Unfortunately our Transport at the Arrivals hall could only wait for 90 minutes before he was called to another job. We had no way ...
... and small alcoves to snuggle up in. Serving typical pub food, they even provide blankets if you have to go outside for a cigarette!
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This character filled pub has an ornate glass back-bar, dark wooden panelling and pew style seats. If you like your pubs on the dark side then this is the ideal choice. The food is good and you can get a decent priced pint which makes it worth a ...