Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport South (London Road)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of you who won't be able to cope with not seeing/talking to me for the next 8 months. I'm also hoping to make you all madly jealous with my pictures and interesting stories! I'll try to write something or upload pictures as often as I can, which will probably be a lot more once I'm placed with a school. Anyway I'm off to pack, and probably have a cry about the amount of things I have to leave behind. Sami ...
... World Heritage Listed. Construction is set to be completed in 2026, that is it has been in the process of building for 100 years. Designed by Gaudi, the Cathedral is a great site, with the usual markets that associate with tourist hotspots. These markets however, also included a bunch of Christmas markets. Refreshingly, the markets were very different from the markets we had become accustomed to: German styled, with Bratwurst and Crepes and Ice skating. These markets focussed ...
... the airport by my good mate Steve, who gratefully took us to his home nearby to chill out for a few hours & freshen up before heading to our hotel in Stansted ready for a morning departure to Italy where the trip truly begins. I think we've been reasonably successful in managing our sleeping patterns to avoid the effects of jet lag on arrival, but it's still early days ...
Today was a momentous day for me...MY FIRST EVER BBC PROM!! I've always dreamed about going, but have never got around to organising. However, this week I set off to Uppingham School to help on a Musical Theatre Summer School there and Tom, who's MDing, said that there was a prom that would be worth seeing - the John Wilson Orchestra doing Kiss Me Kate. This could not have been more fitting for both my first prom and for the week we were about to have, so tickets were bought and ...
... known your travel companion. Damn British. Customs was basically non existent so we went, got our luggage within a few minutes, got money out, bought a SIM card and got a train to paddington station where Kim picked us up. Kim is super nice but a bit brash and disorganised. Her flat is super small and in a housing estate but it's not irregular for middle class professionals like herself to live in places like this in London. ...