Holiday Inn Basildon
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London had spectacular sights like the London Eye from where you can view the entire city of London. I had taken my package from flights masters and I was grateful for their help in every way. The tour manager appointed for our trip gave us a guided tour of the entire city along with detailed history about the various monuments situated in London. …
... has good shops including on Grafton St, and St Stephens Green Shopping Centre where there is a bronze statue of Molly Malone
St Stephens Green is a popular open space with lots of statues of famous Dubliners.
There are lots of public buildings in this area including The National museum and National library.
Merrion Sq has a statue of Oscar Wilde and is surrounded by attractive townhouses.
... and scones. Ashlyn is proud to announce that she did not spill or break anything at the Ritz. A waiter committed the only mishap; he broke a glass of water on the people behind us. It was quite traumatizing for this waiter wearing tails.
Once our bellies were full and our accents perfected, we set off for Fortnum & Mason. Ashlyn went to this fancy grocery/department store last year during her trip to visit Mallory and couldn’t wait to show ...
... afternoon wandering around the city and admiring the old buildings and atmosphere. This would be a nice place for a group of students to visit maybe once, and there are also other cheaper options throughout London.
I ate dinner again at the restaurant in the hotel, and headed up to the room to sleep, after a very exciting and tiring day.
... and found a really great pizza place, where we ordered a combo thing of 3 pizzas, garlic bread, and hot wings, which we totally devoured. Bonus: it's totally hot here, and I ventured out without my red rain jacket. Literally unprecedented for this trip. We then went to see some sights, and considering we left around 4:30, we got a lot in. We started at the London Eye, which was really cool - when you're walking, it looks like it's not moving, but ...