Premier Inn Braintree - Freeport Village

Address: Fowlers Farm, Cressing Rd, Braintree, Essex, England, CM77 8DH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Fowlers Farm, Cressing Rd, Braintree.
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    Yoga - Discover What it is Really All About

    A travel blog entry by graindrug70 on Aug 29, 2014

    ... exercises. But you certainly are not compelled to start with any spiritual belief. Yoga believes in aligning our bodies and the brain and of course the spirit through achieving inner balance. What that means to you personally is likely going to depend entirely about what your beliefs already are. For a number of people it will be a spiritually freeing experience, for others it is going to be an effective way of de-stressing and getting grade of calmness of thought. Still ...

    Final stop and the trip home

    A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Jan 30, 2014

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    Tuesday 30/1After a much needed sleep-in, I got up and went out for lunch with Imogen
    and Ron. Following this was a relaxing day and a short walk in the
    nearby park.

    Wednesday 31/1
    Another relaxing day, relaxing and catching up with my aunt and uncle.

    Thursday 1/2
    Up quite early, it was time to head to the airport for my flight home. The feeling that I was finally going home had only just begun to take hold, and ...

    Trouble brewing in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by stu900 on Jan 15, 2014

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    ... the inside. It is with a view to this division that some news agencies have taken to murmuring about the possibility of a civil war. The establishment, led by the monarchist Democrats, regards the red-shirt movement as an unwashed rabble in the sway of Mr Thaksin. In fact they are a broad-based response to a broken political system.Mr Suthep may or may not achieve his objective. He is likely to be ruined either way. If he wins, and imposes a ...

    Mickle ham to Salisbury via Portsmouth

    A travel blog entry by paulandclare on Aug 01, 2013

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    ... the ramp, inside first deck, then a Q, noooooooooooooo, not going to happen, Paul and I turned around, back the way we came, all in the wrong direction ( not as cool as one direction, I know) if we had any energy left at this point we would have ran back to our bikes crying from the pain of it all, lol. We sorted our kit out and climbed wearily onto our bikes to ride back the way we had just come to then head off for ...

    England, Day 3

    A travel blog entry by wendypaul on Jul 22, 2013

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    Not much to report today, shopped at Marks & Spencers then went for a walk in the Lee Valley. We stopped for an iced drink at Waltham Abbey and decided it was too hot to continue, (35 ...