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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... dinner. It was a lovely evening out, and gave us an insight into the Crystal Palace area. In my guide book, it’s listed as a 'undiscovered London gem’!
Keeping with the theme of a mini Olympics, LYG finals week has a borough village, opening and closing ceremonies, hospitality tent and VIPS.
Media have their own hub onsite, which we called media hub and it was located inside the main arena with great views over ...
... Then we went to the British Library where we saw the oldest Bible - The Codex Sinaiticus. Front there we walked to Oxford Street - did a bit of shopping and just wandered for a bit. Thought about going to Lion King but bit too pricey. So we crossed the Thames and went and saw The Edge of Tomorrow at the most awesome IMAX theatre ever. Cool movie cause it was set in London so got to see on screen lots of the places we'd been to. Then we caught the tube home. ...
... 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, ...
So after doing some research, I found out that death from caffeine overdose is actually a real thing; I do not know what it would take for me to reach that point but I am pretty sure that if today didn't do it, nothing will. I went to the London Coffee Festival this afternoon and had such an amazing time. I bought my tickets over a month ago since I knew it would sell out fast (I was right) and I ...