Travelodge Gatwick Airport

Address: Church Road, Lowfield Heath, West Sussex, England, RH11 0PQ, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on Church Road, Lowfield Heath.
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A quiet last day in London

A travel blog entry by moyjos on Oct 07, 2014

11 photos

... It was :) and in just a couple of minutes I was in a cab and on my way to the DoubleTree Hotel in Islington.

The trip took about 20 minutes and cost 13.60, I gave the cabbie 15.00 and he seemed really surprised when I said keep the change. Maybe they don't tip cabs much here.

Checking into the DoubleTree was a surprise as the lady handed me a warm chocolate chip cookie! I can honestly say I have never been given a cookie ...

Jess is On Her Way

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 13, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... We jumped off just before we got to Westminster Abbey, took some photos of the Abbey, Big Ben and so on, then crossed the Thames. We had a look at the London Eye and London Dungeon, but they were both extremely expensive. We decided to find a supermarket for lunch, where a croissant, a jam donut, an apple and a Mars Bar cost me about $6AUD, much better than the hot dog vendor charging $8AUD each. After lunch we found a cafe where we could charge our phones and use the bathroom so ...

Venturing onto the London "tube"

A travel blog entry by parto01 on Jun 23, 2014

21 photos

OK, I get it....... summer was yesterday!

We planned to meet Alan, a childhood and guitar playing friend of Bob's late afternoon, and so we decided to take the train into the heart of London and join the tourists doing tourist things ! We took the "tube" to the city station called "St Paul's" - rightly named as it was just by St Paul's Cathedral.

Our first "experience" was to spend five pounds on two cups of coffee! Ouch!

We then spent ...

Calling London

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs on Jun 20, 2014

10 photos

... today at the summit it was a very different story. Incredibly cold.

When we returned to a more reasonable temperature at ground level, we caught a bus on the same route to return to the city centre. There is located, what is called, "The Fortress" which is perched high on, what looks like a massive granite-like hill.

The Fortress was built, as the name applies, to protect the city and dates back at least 700 AD. To ...

Dutiful Disclaimer & Day One

A travel blog entry by truthfulle on Feb 04, 2014

... I messaged him he was in Switzerland. However, once he saw that I was going to be in London, he suggested meeting up, because his father lives there and he's spending his summer vacation there. He agreed to meet with me just after I landed and he was there to help me as soon as I landed in London! We took "the tube" aka The London Underground, which was a tourist experience in itself! I was elated to be with someone who knew their way around the area. We arrived at ...