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 ...
... a 6000+km cycling journey-were we all going to perish in a plane crash?(bit melodramatic I know!). We finally landed safely at Dalaman, where everyone clapped. We stayed on the ground for about an hour before flying us all back to Antalya airport-4 hours late! We still had another 3 hour car journey to face before we reached Kas. We weren’t sure that our taxi driver would have waited the 4 hours to pick us up. As we came out of the airport-there was a ...
... walking on the same floor as the likes of Edward II or Henry VIII? Where Elizabeth II was crowned and where Lady Di married that rat Charles! But as I said an astounding piece of architecture - and to think that our Jen walked probably the same way we did? Because it was still raining we decided to go to The British Museum - and stayed for about 3hrs. Pretty amazing too! Just for a change of pace we went to Marks & Spencer's - a department store - then ...
... Stadium us closed for tours till after we leave as the boys were very keen to walk down the tunnel. Might have to travel up north to Old Trafford (Man Uniteds home ground) - good idea but a bit far really. So today we got off at Westminster station and it was straight onto the River Thames where we travelled down the river to Tower of London. It was a beautiful hot day. Hottest if the year so far at close to 30 degrees. We got off the boat and walked over Tower Bridge ...