Premier Inn Basildon Festival Park
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bar's narrow cobbled streets were once inhabited by skilled craftsmen and merchants. Now there are trendy bars and lively and alternative cafes and shops. The Ha'penny Bridge is in this area. It connects Merchants Arch to Liffey Street.
Christ Church Cathedral towers over its surroundings, dating back to 1172, replacing the first wooden church in the city in 1038.
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... our first international flight gave us a pair of Qantas PJ's from first class. We land in Dubai early hours their time and it was dark so we didn't see any sights. Even though we are on the plane that goes to London we still have to disembark. We go through all the exits, through the terminal and back through security.... again.... We got scanned, again, and had to produce passports and tickets, again but not just once 4 ******* times. So ...
... Rio for some time and my original "window" in my diary was the end of June. Oblivious to the fact that this was, in fact, during the impending World Cup, I duly booked the flight with TAM Airlines for over £1200. When I discovered that this was in the middle of the biggest football competition, I set about booking my accommodation. I had already identified a hotel situated on pacified favela close to both Cococabana and Ipenema beach, ...
... had happened and she profusely apologized and said she would be on the look-out. Right!
Anyways - the play was good. The singing was good. But the 3 hours got to me after awhile, but I am glad I did it. Don't know if I will see the play LIVE again though.
This morning I woke up naturally at 7:30 am and proceeded to go down to breakfast. Everyone else was down there too, that they had too move me to another restaurant for breakfast. Same food though. ...
... it would lose. Mr Suthep instead wants to give a “people’s council” of “good men” 18 months to run Thailand, time for them to implement a fuzzy reform agenda whose main objective is to rid the government of the whole Shinawatra family. The protests are organised by the Bangkok middle class who often refer to the farming communities in the north and north east as water buffaloes. Postponing the elections, which is ...