Gatwick Belmont Hotel & Restaurant
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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Today we were supposed to go into London with Elliot but he and Lizzie were very sick during the night so Elliot couldn't come with us. Considering I woke up feeling sick I was worried but luckily I'm not feeling too bad. So Ron, Abi, Mike and I went to pick up our hire car and then into London for the day. We took the train into London and then hopped on the underground to go to Baker Street! We checked out 221b Baker Street (aka Sherlock ...
... bed. So I rugged up warm, slept as late as I could and then met my friend as close to where I lived as unshamefully possible. Stratford. Which in turn let to a bit of shopping. Quietly as I am still getting my voice back. But I finally found a Christmasy jumper I really like :) I decided to join Cath in on my bear hunt as I only have 10 left out of 53. So we looked for ages to find one where they said it would be. But no. They have started taking then down. ...
Trip on the ferry back to Portsmouth was OK. A bit rollie, which lead him outside for a lot of fresh air! Ferry huge. Capacity 2400 people, and there were 400 on it, so there was plenty of room and no queues. Spent a lot of time chatting with Marc a french rider who was heading over to Britian. Check out the photo.
And guess what, it was raining back in the UK. Trip to Maidstone to see the bike dealer and arrange some parts was very cool from what we have got used to, and ...
... from people all over the world. The nearby destinations to this place include London Zoo, Regent's Park, Marble Arch, Madame Tussauds and London Palladium.
Before leaving the hotel on mission shopping, make sure that you have planned your day. Planning your day while shopping becomes very important, as you may lose the track of time while purchasing and exploring things and may end up on the opposite direction to your ...
... and of course payment of £228 including the £12.50 fee for a blooming postal order - cheques aren't accepted for some antiquated reason
- We made the mistake of opting for the postal/courier service versus going in person to the London Visa Centre, BIG mistake..... having weighed up the cost of trekking to London v courier fees, it seemed the cheaper option. Not.
- Yippee, ...