Premier Inn Basildon East Mayne
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... thinking they may con us in some way. We left her wishing her all the very best for the future, hoping now that better times were hopefully around the corner.
By Sunday evening we hoped to make it to Halesworth to stay for a couple of days to wait out a heavy day of rain which was forecast for the next day. We were sad, we hadn’t had a chance to explore Norwich.
By early afternoon, we had stopped at an intersection to work out the ...
... the rest of the trip around London. We arrived back pretty much exhausted and then had our first experience on the London tube system. So now we can really say that we have done the trains, planes and automobiles!! We then went out to meet Michael and Samala for dinner where they live at Chiswick. Had another good night with them, Thai dinner at the local pub, and then back home early as Wednesday was going to be another busy ...
... 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 ...
... place. We have learnt so much, incredible. Two and half hours later we jump on our Big Bus tour. Top deck, sun hats on, Stuart madly taking photos till I realise it was of cars.... Two hours later home for a quick shower and Stuart with his wedding tie on and it's off to the Goring for High Tea or as the English call it afternoon tea. The Goring Hotel has been in the same family for over 100 years. What a fabulous place, we started with Bollinger Champagne ...
... made our way down to Parliament Square. We saw the Parliament Buildings and walked past Big Ben. We could also see the London Eye across the Thames River, which we plan to return to on Sunday. We went into Westminster Abbey, and were fascinated by the fact that many of the past Kings and Queens have been buried there. We also caught a glimpse of the Coronation Chair which has been used in every Royal crowning since 1300.
We had a great day wandering the streets ...