Premier Inn Portsmouth - Havant
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- All-Suites Property
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After seeing 2014 out with a Bang'n head, finally retreating to bed at 3am, we slept most cozily in a shot like state in the most comfortable bed in 4 months.
Loving a lovely quiet family day in with my boy, Chad presented us with bacon & mushroom breaki roll to start our New Year Day at 3pm, when we surfaced from slumber of 12 hours !!
A familiar post party clean commenced - followed by collapsing on our ...
Or, where I re-title the blog 'sad woman on a train' rather like Michael Portillo but with better colour pairings I start my European train odyssey. I am not a keen flyer, having initially loved it some bad turbulence in a turbo prop put me ...
... who took us to a truly beautiful B and B in Shere, Surrey called Rookery Nook, a 15th century house with door heights for Hobbits, which is OK for us but anyone over 5'4" would struggle. We went up town to London yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed all the sights, Trafalgar Sq., Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus and the day was made complete by a visit to Harrods. Pot of tea - TICK! Food and drink is way more expensive here than in ...
We packed today. Arch and Henry (Henry in particular) VERY excited- trying on their snorkels and then packing their "gadgets" into their flight cases. Steph has rushed around all day doing washing and ironing - making sure we all have clean beds to climb into when we return and uniforms etc ready for work. Have to admit, I am really looking forward to Thailand too- I am not going ...
First go at the NHS
Had my first experience with the NHS or National Health Service this week. It was a unique experience. We had done all the proper paperwork when we moved into our house, i.e. finding a surgery or doctor's office that was accepting new patients, then going to their office to register and fill in all the paperwork. Then after a few weeks, you receive your ...