Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport South (London Road)
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The original plan was to have a leisurely drive down to Heathrow, stopping off for lunch on the way. However, while I was in the process of checking in on Sunday I noticed availability on the 9.05 flight (7.5 hours earlier), so I switched to this flight. The slow run to London became an early start with a 4am set off to make the flight check in.
The advantage would be felt at the other end of the journey when we would have more of a day in New ...
... for us all because we were so tired. We started heading toward town to find the Natural History Museum, because it is free. It was a really amazing building. Europeans back in the day were really good at building each building. The architecture is gorgeous here. After walking around for a bit, it was now 1pm, we each felt like we had hit a brick wall because of how tired we were. The problem was that we couldn't check-in to our hostel until 2pm. So we went back ...
... and chip supper. The house was jammed with the men, their tubas and trombones. We have supper with John - a huge, tasty coq au vin - at his new home in Crawley Down. It looks very similar to the first 1970s house Lois and I bought on The Medway in Daventry - long lounge, with a picture window onto the back garden and three bedrooms. It is close by Jamie's not far from the M23 in ...
... all have to change hotels tomorrow the Victor is booked, so I think we are moving down the block to the Comfort Inn. Justin and I will be sharing a room with Laurie. Justin was OK with that as our options were terrible if Laurie could not stay with us. Well it is almost 9:00. I am going to take a shower before Justin gets back, then with the move tomorrow morning I will not be so rushed and tired before we even leave for the ...
... the Waterloo and City Line and ended up at Monument Station and got on a Circle Line train terminated two stops from High Street Kensington, requiring another transfer, this time getting us to Earl's Court, which is still a twenty minute walk home but at least we were in the right borough.
Despite the aching feet and bad knees, I believe we'll be making another trek out on the Tube tomorrow. I have some research for a book I'm writing that I ...