Campanile Hotel Basildon - East of London
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... small and pleasant triangular park in the centre of the village. It is an oasis of calm of which the dreamer in Yeats would surely have approved. He was born only a short distance away at 5, Sandymount Avenue on 13th June 1865. Just 40 Metres from the apartment in Sandymount Avenue is Sandymount Station on the DART line to the City.
The city can be conveniently split into three sections; South East, South ...
Use basic traveler's wisdom while in Rio and you should be perfectly safe. Some standard caveats are:Carry your digital camera in a trouser pocket or non-descript bag
Use a money bag or money belt that you can conceal. Keep any reserves of cash there. Use a separate wallet with nothing of importance in it.
When out and about, keep on your person money enough to cover the day's activities. Beyond that have a handy credit or bank card ...
... I thought about going to a department store, but by the time I had the thought, the store was closed (it was after 6 pm, naturally). There is no Target or Walmart. The grocery stores are not like the superstores in the US, where they carry milk, eggs, chairs, linens, clothes – you name it. So I have found myself continually scratching my head and asking, “Where do I buy that?!” Things that are so readily available in the US seem to be in scarce ...
... residents and took photos with children from the area. Similar visits were made by Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and the Italian actress and singer Carla Bruni. As far as security goes, Cantagalo has apparently been safe to visit since the police pacification units arrived in 2009.
Setting about looking into the sights I want to see whilst in Rio, and the activities that I want to experience, the popular sights that ...
Trouble has been brewing in Bangkok over the last few weeks and it looks like i'm arriving in Bangkok to find a city under siege from hundreds of thousands of protesters intent on remaining in Bangkok until the current government has been brought down. The demonstrations have been going on for three days now and show no sign of abating.
As always, in Thailand, governments are made in the provinces and unmade in the capital. The unmaking part ...