Travel Blogs from Horley
This time last year we were faced with a daunting 1,000 mile drive from Cannes to London, the majority of which was through the night in order to make the 0430 Eurotunnel train, before a final 2 hours slog home. Naturally that filled us and the children with much trepidation – it's a long time to spend in an aluminium can, no matter how large, German and luxurious. Today, however, we were filled with hope rather than dread as we anticipated the carefree ...
I write this morning with a bit of a heavy heart. My parent's beloved dog Faolan won't be there to greet us when we get home having lost a short battle with an aggressive cancer. Since hearing the news, I've spent some time remembering his life, from the moment I picked him up at the airport several years ago, a tiny terrified bundle of so soft fur that fit comfortably in to my jacket, to races up the stairs, to his agility classes, which he ...
... as well as half a trolley stuck into the wall! We must have walked past it at least 5 times! The reason every one was telling us different things is because it had recently been moved as the new station only just opened, but still I don't know how we missed the crowds around it! Anyway we got our pictures pushing the trolley into the wall and then headed to London bridge where I went to my hostel and Julz n Mic went to their hotel. ...
... during the Blitz, and 3) Formed in a pub. They told us that we would “revel at being disconcerted.” Right.
I am re- learning yet another language in the social science literature. I’m minding the gap with my admin attitude of feeling perturbed at anything not in bullets or graphs (the normative paradigm). I’ve used the phrase, “How is this actionable?” one too many times. ...
... we came to a detente. He gets the big bed in the guest house, and I sleep in the narrowest, yet longest, single bed I've ever seen in my silly ass life. THEN, when we hit Manhattan tomorrow and unload at the Chelsea Hostel, it's my choice and after that his. A turns based system may not work for fights, outside of the Final Fantasy series, but for beds it's the way to go. No one gets ****** over, or stabbed.
Now I'd best retire. Nick's made Hot ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Staith House Horley
Other places to stay in Horley
Povey Cross Road, Horley | Hotel
- Could do better
- Very good
Povey Cross Road, Horley | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- Bad Experience at Holiday Inn, Gatwick
- Worst hotel ever!!
- Very enjoyable one night stay and 7 days car parking.
Longbridge Roundabout, Horley | 3 star hotelfrom $67
- Its grim
- The Worst
Brighton Road, Horley | 4 star hotelfrom $64
- Would not touch with a barge pole
- Bring earplugs
- Go elsewhere
34 Bonehurst Rd, Horley | Hotelfrom $61
- Worst hotel in London
- Very, very basic but .....
19 Bonehurst Road, Horley | Hotelfrom $89
Ladbroke Road, Horley | 4 star hotelfrom $168
50 - 52 Church Rd, Horley | 2 star hotelfrom $52
- Great Disappontment staying at this over proiced run down hotel if you can call
- Great budget accomodation
- Scam - Do Not Stay Here
39 Massetts Rd, Horley | Hotelfrom $49
72 Massetts Road, Horley | 4 star hotelfrom $65