Premier Inn Basildon Rayleigh
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... 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 ...
... so. Not too bad. Boarding again first ones on the plane and yes we have a spare seat. However..... Graham has brought a coke, and no he didn't open it quickly, slowly he twisted the lid to let the gas escape, until not quite to the end of the lid twist, thought is was ok and went hard. And then came the fountain of coke squirting everywhere. . But that was easy fixed. Coffee and a sandy for lunch, nice. ...
... this hidden.
At night always take taxis.At night do not walk on the beach side of the street...whether in Copacabana or Ipanema stay on the hotel/business side of the avenue if walking at night.
Do not enter a favela unless invited by a resident or with a tour group unless you know that the favela is safe
Walk with a sense of purpose, as if you knew where you are going to. Looking like a victim is the first step to becoming ...
... of tourists visit will be high on the agenda. Copacabana and Ipenema beaches will be a must-visit and I hope to get some time to relax and enjoy the sun on these world famous beaches.
Copacabana is perhaps the best known beach in Rio. 4Km long and wide, it is iconic with the black and white wave pattern along the promenade and Sugar Loaf Mountain to the north and the rocky point of Arpoador Rock to the south which is home to ...
Last night, I saw Les Miserables for the second time in London. First saw it for the very first time in London in 1994, and last night was my 20 year anniversary to see it in London again. This production is how I remembered this musical. It has a revolving stage - which really fascinates me because someone had to coordinate how all the sets and actors would go - when that stage moves. I have only seen the tour version of Les Miserables two years ago in Fort ...