Campanile Hotel Basildon - East of London
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... check in and border control in very little time, which made the airport experience immeasurably better than the other airports we have gone through on this trip. The flight went well and landed about 40 minutes early, allowing us to have a trouble free and quick journey home in the taxi we had arranged. Obviously somewhat colder here ...
We walked the streets of London high and low checking out as much as we could. Over our 12 months away this was now habitual. There wasn’t a day that went by that we weren’t out exploring one thing or another.
On the final night of our great adventure we ...
... packing. Another aspect of planning for your trip is to make a check list of all necessary documents and other items that you must carry such as valid passports, identity proofs, valid visas if necessary, camera, guide books and essential medicines. If travelling with your family you will need to carry some games and other entertainment equipment so that you can spend some quality time with your kids.
Landing at a Foreign ...
... This street leads to a garden of remembrance which is dedicated to women who died in the pursuit of Irish freedom. On the north bank you can take a boat tour of the Liffey. You can walk the North bank to the imposing Four Courts building in the west.
OUTSIDE THE CENTRE
Further afield, you will find Pheonix Park- Europe's largest enclosed city park with it's deer.
The Guiness storehouse in St ...
... trying to read when I became bored my 5hr film marathon from the wonderfully extensive library and disgusting plane food that was more oil than pasta. I would now say soon we arrived but that would be a lie with 7hrs still left stuck in a seat with the curtains shut as people attempted to sleep (no such luck for us). This lead to regular peeking and the sly photograph through a crack in the bottom of the ...