Premier Inn Basildon Festival Park
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... just as another cyclist pulled up to offer assistance. And this was our introduction to the lovely Jim from Halesworth, a long term cyclist who had moved up from Essex about 6 years ago. Upon hearing that we were heading to his neck of the woods, he kindly offered for us to come and stay with him and his sister Viv. We were still waiting to hear about the availability of a cottage rental in Halesworth, so we thanked Jim and agreed to take up his offer if ...
... miss all the notting hill carnival revellers on the tube. Hating British trains right now! Got to Cambridge ok for non stop train to kings cross only to make it 500 meters and then return to Cambridge due to train fault. Really at £55 each the service is a bloody disgrace. Can't get the train to Liverpool street either as there is a tree on the tracks at ...
... North of the Lffy.
Pearse Station. is four stops on the DART line from Sandymount and this is a good place as any to start. This area of Dublin is dominated by Trinity College with many attractive bouldings and greens.
Dawson Street is a good place to find bars where Dubliners drink, rather than the busier and more expensive Temple Bar where most of the visitors are tourists,
This area ...
... and cream. Well Stuart enjoyed the Bollinger. Watermelon soup very different and our three tier assortments absolutely delicious, service was wonderful. Laughed when I was complement on my dress (from Chullora). We are having an enjoyable afternoon chatting away both drinking a pot of tea each. But couldn't leave without purchasing The Gorring tea cups and tea strainer being posted home. The doorman has informed Stuart that your cab is here sir! Home to ...
... London. After finding a nice restaurant, we headed to Haymarket Street where we entered Her Magesty's Theatre to see The Phantom of the Opera. Neither of us had seen this play done before and were quite captured by it. It was an incredible experience for both of us, and Cole has been singing the songs ever since.
On Friday, we returned to the same area of London. We had a little bit of a later start to the day, but caught the Changing of the Guard ...