Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport East (Balcombe Road)
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... to get on the train faster happier, but they end up at the same spot waiting. A short train ride and we are at Harrods. A few tourist snaps outside and we venture inside. OMG, I can see why the Royals pop down to pick up a few things, this place is amazing. There is about 5 levels, not completely sure because we only did a couple. The levels that we explore we were trying to conceal our gob smacking expression when we looked at ...
... in the clouds. He would even dismiss the rain as "drops from the telegraph wires!" We stop for lunch at Bishops Stortford. Eunice has prepared quiche and as we eat she reminisces about the hospitality Harold would routinely extend to strangers in his youth. One night, after a concert, he invited the entire band of the Royal Marines back to their house on Cherry Tree Green for ...
... I have always dreamed of visiting New York City, Chicago, New Orleans for The Mardis Gras Carnival, Los Angeles & Honolulu Hawaii. Our trip is not your normal average touristy sightseeing stuff we are booked up for some amazing trips - going to see Ninjas in New York Basketball Games, Shooting Guns, Hip Hop Tours, Shark Diving, Deep Sea Fishing with a cargo and of course partying hard VIP style in some amazing clubs.
I really miss being unemployed. I really loved my three months of no responsibility and no need to get up at the same god awful time each day and go to the same god awful place. But I guess there was that little thing about having no money.... Hmm must research this further.. How to afford to live without having to actually work?What else have I been up to for the last 3.5 ...
... appreciated it. I'm definitely a breakfast person). We're off!
Our tour guide was incredibly amusing and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. He took us all over London and let us out to roam and be typical tourists quite often. I have to admit I got chills when I saw a church (I can't recall which, I apologize) that had been adopted by the Air Force still had damage from WWII on it (like pockmarked walls from where blasts from bombs had hit it). I ...