Premier Inn Braintree - Freeport Village
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... by a nice bout of snow. If I wasn't cold before, I certainly was now. But oh well. I walked to the other side of town where I saw the most gorgeous houses ever! I'd love to retire to here...if I could. Which I will. Eventually. It's just so peaceful but fun. Then after a browse at the markets, and with my eyes drooping I came back to London. I'm off to see Hannah and my Bakery Kids crew tonight...if I can stay awake that long! Lisa ...
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
Another relaxing day, relaxing and catching up with my aunt and uncle.
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 ...
... taxi is probably the easiest way to get there, but a Songthaew to Jontiem will keep the price down.
The last place on my list of places to visit is Koh Lan. Day trippers flock to this small island, 7km offshore of central Pattaya, for sun and sand.There are about five beaches on the island, easily accessible by motorcycle. Boats leave Pattaya’s Bali Hai pier (30B, five daily departures) at the southern end of ...
... 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 ...
... romantic castle in Britain” and, while a debatable point, it is certainly a beautiful building on two islands surrounded by a large lake. Despite its name, Leeds Castle is nowhere near Leeds but is, in fact, near Maidstone in Kent, named after Led, Ethelbert IV’s chief minister. It has been a stronghold, a royal home for six of England’s medieval queens, one of Henry VIII’s palaces and now it is ...