Premier Inn Basildon Festival Park
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... with the Mora family, the fun times we had in Peru with Aldo’s family, the Fitch’s in California, Cleave and Cathy in Colorado, Dave in Florida, Kat and Antoine in Paris and the superheroes in Amsterdam, Martijn and Lesley, we truly had an incredible time made so remarkable by those who we met along the way.
We hopped aboard our Airbus A380 and settled in for the 28 hours or so of transit home.
... the hotel and you will want to complete the check-in formalities as soon as possible so that you can see your room and its facilities and then take a well-deserved rest after a gruelling flight. You start to decide in your mind whether you still have some in the day to move out and see at least one of the nearby attractions or whether you would like to relax in the lounge with a drink and dine at the in-house restaurant.
... 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 ...
Today was a crazy, fun-filled day! We spent a huge amount of time at the Tower of London before making our way almost across the Tower Bridge, to St. Paul's cathedral (in time for a choral performance), 221b Baker Street, and finally the Peter Pan statue in Hyde Park. The Tower of London provided much entertainment (in the form of a WWI Reenactment in honor of the 100th anniversary of the start of the war as well as in the form ...
... as I had expected but interesting nevertheless. We went to Harrods and walked through many of the departments but to tell the truth it was boring. As a change of pace we walked up Regent Street and into Carnaby Street. We were too exhausted to tackle Oxford Street. We had a bite to eat alfresco and decided that the crowds were driving us mad, so we got back on the Hop On Hop Off and just rode it until we got off near the hotel. ...