Are you sure about that? I'm you're your man (y) At least get it right when YOU'RE correcting someone :)
"Then, hop over to the over side of the bar for some hilarious drinking challenges.." OP you've got a typo in your description. It should be hop over to the other side. If you want to hire someone to proof read im you're man!
True not the best places.
18/05/2021Expires on 18/05/2021Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
still worth it IMO - still plenty to see - the (closed) indoor areas like the large victorian green houses are a bonus you can't really see it all in one day properly anyhow if you want something free then spend a day wandering around hyde park which has plenty to see too - just make sure you read up beforehand so you know where everything is e.g. you can try doing the Hyde Park bit part of the Princess Diana walk if you want to visit a botanical garden thats less overwhelming in size then try something like Cambridge botanical garden
Would this not be a better deal? https://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/kew-gardens
I went a few years ago on a weekend & parked literally outside on the main road. Check on google maps, think most of the side roads are free parking at weekends
Entry to the gardens used to be 1p!
Been to Kew many times and it's lovely in the summer. It helps that it's only round the corner too 8)
I got one of these in the past and it wasn't very good. The choice of hotels was very poor and you had to pay more for most places. The voucher was £100 and most of the places in the 'included' list were places you could normally book for £30-40 a night. It was even £20 extra to stay in a Premier Inn!
Mines gone to pending
With trying but in my experience it's unlikely to be paid out if a code is used.