Endeavour Hotel

196 Thisselt Road, Canvey Island, Essex, England, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 196 Thisselt Road, Canvey Island.
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Travel Blogs from Canvey Island

Parallel Tracks

A travel blog entry by londonmummy on Jul 20, 2014

... put in mind of his mother who feels so put down (she is) and put upon; but also other wives in failing marriages where the husband cannot see them any more as attractive in any way, and where the work / finances inequality just grates. I vowed a long time ago not to grow old, miserable, lonely, and feeling put upon and used like his mother. I also wondered whether all relationships reach this point... And became frightened of entering another. Maybe I'll just stay ...

Miki Travel internship, Blog 1

A travel blog entry by asiaconnor on Jun 30, 2014

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... Ultimately I hope that this mix of experience within the tourism industry will compliment my tourism degree and put me in good stead to find a graduate job in the industry. At present I am studying a BA (Hons) in International Tourism Management at UCLAN, Preston. This degree has given me the academic knowledge to utilize in a real world working environment. As part of this degree students have the opportunity to undertake a 48 week paid placement which ...

Westminster Abbey, Fish & Chips and the West E

A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jun 18, 2014

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... where Diana's funeral was held and where each English monarch is coronated. The Coronation Chair is hundreds of years old, and is used to this day to coronate the new monarch. After leaving this amazing history behind us, we ventured into Waterloo and found a great fish and chip place Casey looked up. It was an actual restaurant, which was kind of bizarre. The food ...

Day 5 London

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 14, 2014

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... legend states that should the ravens leave, the kingdom and tower will fall... Steve also told us that the Yeomen (Beefeaters) actually live in the castle (with their families) and are "locked in" at night during The Ceremony of the Keys. To be a Tower Yeoman they need to be retired, after serving in the permanent army for at least 22 years and have achieved a high level of authority. They then sign on for a "term" as Yeoman. Last port of call for the ...

Departure looms...

A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Dec 29, 2013

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... Kennsington tube station so I thought I would stop for a bite before tackling the museum. I chose somewhat poorly. A Creperie looked interesting, so I went in. It was loud and cold. The crepe, which was stuffed with smoked salmon, leeks and cheddar cheese, was prepared like a queseadilla, consequently the crepe was tough on the outside, and the smoked salmon was then overcooked. I like hard cider, so I ordered a half pint (an Imperial pint has 20 oz. rather ...