This is a follow up post about our trip.....which was amazing! :-)
We struck gold though!
When we stay at a Premier Inn or Travelodge we always try and remember to call them a few days before our stay to request a ground floor room or if they have a lift, a room right next to the lift! Most of the time this is fine and if I haven't booked a disabled room I'm normally asked if I'd like one. I was asked that when I called but was then asked if I needed a wet room! Normally the rooms just have a shower over a bath which is useless to me as I can't get into a bath! So being offered a wet room was fantastic!
Big tick for the Premier Inn Andover! :-)
I will just mention a really handy book of maps that Martin found. It's called Blue Badge Guide to London and we got it from Amazon (but I expect there are other places you can buy it!) It's got very detailed maps which show you where there are parking spaces and car parks, how long you can stay there and how accessible they are. For anyone who is going to be going to London, who needs to park in the centre, I would say that this book is a great addition to have in your glove box!
The show that we'd booked to see that evening was a play called Ghost Stories. We were intrigued by it because you couldn't find any information, about the content of the show, online. Their website isn't very forthcoming, all you see are photos of people looking totally terrified! They have a thing called Scream cam. It is much like a camera that is set up to take a photo on a roller coaster......it goes off at a certain point in the show and captures people at particular scary point in the show.