Premier Inn Croydon West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... finished off the sandpit. The lid is not exactly straight, due to the warped boards we were using, but the overall effect is very good.
I picked up the hire car I am using tomorrow to drive to Ipswich. Due to Europcar's shortage of drivers it was best if I went to them instead of their ridiculous Meet-and-Greet at the railway station. They upgraded me from a Fiat 500 to a Vaushall Mocca, a bit like a Nissan Dualis in Australia.
... where she spent her time performing and travelling around….
All the while this happened the youngest member of the orchestra walked to the front of the audience holding a single red rose, while another member played one of Anita’s songs. Then they announced that Anita Lasker-Wallfisch was with us this evening and while the young musician handed her the rose the whole auditorium gave her a standing ovation – it was ...
... the lights I also picked up a care package from home which included all the essentials, Paw Paw ointment (which I have not found here!) and Wagon Wheels, thanks Mum!
Unfortunately I had caught Will's cold throughout the week, except I of course felt twice as bad, and complained about half as much.... This meant Friday night I was in bed at 18:00 feeling sorry for myself, while Will ventured out without me to have dinner with the rest of our group. He promised to bring ...
We roamed around, sat on benches, took in the view, walked through muddy pathways surrounded by a leafy archways. Just when we thought no deer existed in the park we stumbled out of bush path and into a wide-open area where the deer were hiding in the wood chopping's - blending right in.
They were huge and didn't seem to mind the people walking around them at all. After feeling successfully we made our way out of the park and back into the ...
... have got the memo that we were coming to visit, Emma has emailed her again so fingers crossed she'll be available to hang out with us on our return to London.
On the way to the Tube we were sidetracked in a shop on High St Kensington where the Sales Person was from Tauranga. Caleb was in his usual Taranaki Rugby uniform and Finn a Chiefs jersey so the lady started chatting with them while Emma and I wandered the shop (I cannot confirm or deny ...