Premier Inn Basildon East Mayne
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This area of Dublin is dominated by Dublin Castle. The area was first to be settled and dates back to Prehistoric times. It was also settled by Vikings and Normans. The castle reflects this mixed heritage with different parts dating back to different times.
Powercourt Townhouse William St South - home of The Viscount of Powerhouse, now a shopping Centre with galleries, jewelry stalls and boutiques.
... went to Kew (the next station) to retrieve the back pack, Marie had a shower and I did some blog. It turned out that the backpack also had Marie's computer tablet in it.
About 5.30 we walked to the high street for dinner. We each had the Fish and Chips plus an entree (not an American one) special. Marie had a shrimp cocktail., I had fried whitebait and Erika had hommus and olives and we shared ...
... br> "So did you post those pictures on Facebook for your friends to see?"
"Yeah, but only for you. You’re pretty much my only friend."
“That’s okay. You’re my only friend.” This was a sincere conversation--no sarcasm, so hardy-har-har banter. I realized then that I had assumed a lot. I am often guilty of believing that most people have it easier than I do. But what do I know? What does anyone really know about ...
This will be my first trip to a South American country and I am really looking forward to it and slightly nervous about the high incidence of crime in the city and my personal safety at night. I have 6 days for sightseeing and some investigation into life in the favelas (slums) and the impact of the recent investment in these areas as the city prepares for the World Cup in June and The 2016 Olympic Games.
I have been planning to ...
... tonight; you usually have to have a legit academic research reason to gain access to the library but Susie at the AHA centre has a way for us to get around the rules. I only had one class today, which was Black and Brown London: Post-Colonial British Literature. The course will focus on the vast amount of immigration into London after World War II (particularly amongst those of Jamaican descent). It sounds like it will be ...