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Gatwick Bear and the Secret Plans
Gatwick Bear and the Secret Plans
Ideal for bedtime reading! "My son aged 6 reviewed this for me and he loved it! It totally engrossed him he kept telling me to sssh if I interrrupted him and he said it was very exciting. High praise indeed. He said it 'was a really good fun book' I had a brief read through and I absolutely adored the character filled illustrations, so simple and so delightful. The writing holds your attention, zips along and is funny! The author suggests probably 7-12 is the right reading age for the book but at 6 and 30 something we loved it too!" Becky Goddard-Hill, Book Reviews for Mums.

Gatwick is nothing like any other bear. First of all, he has an unbearable name. You might have already seen him stomping around the airport named after him. (Or, was he named after the airport?) Whatever! If you've never seen him, you need to look around more carefully next time you're in departures – he might be there! You'll recognise him because his fur is mega-ruffled at the back and super-tidy at the front. Oh, yes, also he has a navy-blue waistcoat sewn on him like those once worn by old-fashioned bears.
Until he is spotted over the CCTV system by security he has quite a boring little life at the airport. But all that changes suddenly when he boards a plane while being hunted down by the vicious Miss Acid, the Head of Security. And, soon after, Gatwick gets caught up in the dangerous world of top secret agents.
Will he go back to living the sorry life of poverty at Gatwick Airport, or is he made for grander things?

This book is suitable for bedtime reading to children age 5+

Ideal for bedtime reading! "My son aged 6 reviewed this for me and he loved it! It totally engrossed him he kept telling me to sssh if I interrrupted him and he said it was very exciting. High praise indeed. He said it 'was a really good fun book' I had a brief read through and I absolutely adored the character filled illustrations, so simple and so delightful. The writing holds your attention, zips along and is funny! The author suggests probably 7-12 is the right reading age for the book but at 6 and 30 something we loved it too!" Becky Goddard-Hill, Book Reviews for Mums.

Gatwick is nothing like any other bear. First of all, he has an unbearable name. You might have already seen him stomping around the airport named after him. (Or, was he named after the airport?) Whatever! If you've never seen him, you need to look around more carefully next time you're in departures – he might be there! You'll recognise him because his fur is mega-ruffled at the back and super-tidy at the front. Oh, yes, also he has a navy-blue waistcoat sewn on him like those once worn by old-fashioned bears.
Until he is spotted over the CCTV system by security he has quite a boring little life at the airport. But all that changes suddenly when he boards a plane while being hunted down by the vicious Miss Acid, the Head of Security. And, soon after, Gatwick gets caught up in the dangerous world of top secret agents.
Will he go back to living the sorry life of poverty at Gatwick Airport, or is he made for grander things?

This book is suitable for bedtime reading to children age 5+

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Imperial Hotel Room 701
Imperial Hotel Room 701
I flew out of Pearson Airport, in Toronto, with MyTravel Airways on the 7th and arrived at Gatwick Airport, outside London, on the morning of the 8th. The flight was delayed 90 minutes due to "routine" security checks. (Somehow having luggage out on the tarmac with a security dog going through it smelling for explosives doesn't look routine. But it was out of my hands, so I didn't worry about it). The delay was probably a good thing, as the flight landed at 5.30 am (local time) instead of 4 am. After going through British customs and immigration, picking up my luggage, taking a train to Victoria Station, and 2 subways lines. I ended up at the Russell Square Underground station. After following the sign that said ← British Museum I made it to the actual Russell Square. Conveniently it started to rain (my umbrella was packed away in my luggage and my jacket was packed away in my knapsack). But I found the Imperial Hotel at 7.30 am after trying only three of the four corners of Russell Square. So I wasn't entirely unlucky. Of course 7.30 am is too early to check into a hotel, so I left my luggage with the porter. After checking out the Contiki Basement (across the square) and using their Internet cafe to e-mail home, I found some breakfast. By this time, the Imperial Hotel had more staff working and they let me check in early.
London Gatwick International Airport
London Gatwick International Airport
My last night and morning in Europe was spent in none other than Gatwick International Airport in London. I had a 6:5o A.M. flight out transferring to Dublin so it wasn't really worth the pay to stay at a hotel for a quarter of the night so I ended up just chilling around tossing and turning while resting on my arms trying to catch any little bit of sleep I could get. And when I couldn't do that, I decided to venture around and see what the airport has got to offer and along the way, I found this very cool walk way.

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