The Star & Garter
- Car rentals
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Paid him £17 then £39.80 for the Gatwick express train then £6 for shuttle to hotel. Total of £63 approx $130 before we settled into our hotel for the night. When we arrived in Gatwick Don dropped his multi coloured coat between the train and the platform. We waited till they got a gripper and the train driver retrieved it. OMG!! What a day. Having tea in the hotel and bed by 8.30pm so we get up at ...
... t have a phone and there was no wifi connection I had no way of letting her know I had arrived. Before I left for the station I texted her telling the two train times I was shooting for and would make it on one. They arrived in Andover only 30 minutes apart but I was expecting to make it only in time for the later of the two. However I'm apparently even more skilled on traveling around the city than I thought because I made it on the early one. So ...
... rugby team in the future. We caught the bus back into town, got some food for dinner and went home. Paul and Bre both go back to work tomorrow so they did some planning so we cooked them dinner, well I chopped everything up and James cooked his best risotto yet! We spent the rest of the night throwing ideas around for Bre and Paul as they want to travel on their school holidays, when we are in Hungary and Croatia so hopefully they will come over and we can do some travel together ...
... back and watch Back To The Future, again. Josh cooks up a huge feed of Spaghetti Bolognese. Very nice indeed. We sit back, enjoy the space and a few quite ales, them we head up to the local for some pool and darts( while in Rome). Oh and a few more beers. We are practically the only ones in the pub, so the kids play pool and darts with us. By the end of the night they are a lot better at pool. We head home and climb back into the van to ...
... br> Alan and Anthony cycled a remarkable 68 miles yesterday, from Horsham to Andover, with Jeremy making it to Basingstoke before his rescue by DTE Andover – only 25 miles away from the day’s finish point.
Despite yesterday’s drama, the cyclists are in excellent spirits and have so far been very lucky with the weather. They are all enjoying the journey, commenting on the interesting roads and beautiful sights they have seen so ...