Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport South (London Road)
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... 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 ...
... line, started my GPS running watch, and began to jog.
The first mile went amazingly quickly with tons of cheering crowds and a massive wall of runners moving forward all together. I was decently placed in the running position and there were many people that seemed to be running a similar pace so it was easy to move forward. At the beep of my watch at the end of the first mile I was feeling great and running at what felt like a comfortable and maintainable place, so boy was ...
... down. Why is it, wherever you seem to go in the world these days, immigration takes sooooo long ? The good employees of Homeland Security seemed to be particularly slow tonight opening up just 2 desks for Visitors staggering off two jumbos. Think it took us about 1 1/12 hours to get through. Whilst I like Beagles and am impressed by their prowess at seeking out illegal agricultural produce, 30 viewing of the video is somewhat too much. Dinner: Crabs ! At the Crab House on Pier ...
... a heap in the corner - and once she realized that her fits of anger meant NO milkshake she continued down the rabbit hole. Not a happy camper, poor kid.
Thursday: Hit the gym today and at night tried "The Lime" Indian restaurant on the island. Chris' curry seemed to have tough dark meat chicken in it so he was less than pleased and vowed never to return. We walked back home via the Tooke Arms, The Ship, The Nelson and The ...
... stayed on the Isles to defend their families and homes. Britains who were conscripted to Rome returned to defend their homeland against invasion from the Scots, Picts, Danes and Anglo Saxons. Some Britains migrated back to the continent to Normandy or Brittany... They'll be back, you'll see :/
There was a huge swirling of population throughout Europe at this time. Findings from graves and ...