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.
NORTH OF THE LIFFEY
... of white wine. 42 pounds (about $80). Then we went shopping at Sainsburys just over the road. We the walked home the long way so Jessica could run in the park.
We got home about 8.30. Erika poured glasses of wine. I went down to the bedroom for something, layed on the bed and awoke again at 11.30 with the house in darkness. Unfortunately it was after 2am before I went back to sleep.
... unless he or she can see life through that person’s eyes? The truth is we each have our own cross to bear.
Another person I met in London said, “If you can say that you are at least 70% happy with things, then you should be content. Nothing’s 100%.”
I replied, “Wow, I am blessed then. I am way more that 70% satisfied with things. I’m really lucky.” And I am.
And like all stereotypes ...
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... and is definitely not a course I could take anywhere else! After class, I went to a mall in Harrow and I should have known better than to do such torturous **** to myself. Before going, I told myself: "okay, Melissa, NO spending money. Just look and admire"...well that was an absolute joke. I left with slightly more bags than I should have but in all fairness, at least half of it was necessary :) For tomorrow, the group ...