Campanile Hotel Basildon - East of London
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t let him get his third gobstopper. There were also some cool Lego models of the royal family. After that we caught the underground to the London dungeon which I was looking forward to. First we had to take an escalator down and went on a boat ride in the darkness and unfortunately I had to sit next to Alex who some how found it scary and started crying the whole tour was a good mix of fright and laughter my favorite bit was when ...
... 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 ...
... almost made it behind the bar. And I know we aren't allowed to give free stuff away, but when a two year old comes to the bar and asks for crithps...YOU GIVE HER CRITHPS! I had a lovely couple called Jemma and Russ sitting just opposite the bar upstairs. Russ was fairly slow at choosing his drinks so when he came up a few times in and told me straight off what he wanted, I pretended to faint. They were great fun! My boss discovered a while ago I like theatre, so ...
So a few weeks ago I signed up to do a charity colour run- in other words I paid money for people to throw powder paint on me- the things we do in London.
So in the morning I met up with Kristy and Natalie at Kristy's flat to finish getting ourselves into our 'Colour Run' kit.
We then caught the tube out to Stratford mall where we joined the ...
... 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 ...