Premier Inn Braintree - Freeport Village
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Had such fun today. We went to Braintree and painted ceramics and totally lost track of time as it was so enjoyable. Not everyone's cup of tea I'm sure but us arty ***** people love things like this. It was made even more pleasurable as my old neighbours Jan and Keith were there and their daughter Julie (who is a really good artist - her mum and dad are clever at craft) works there. Later on whilst we were there ...
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... down, you stood and you watched as my baby left town', which I blame Henry Aldridge for lol) anyway,stopped here and fluids to replace the puddle of sweat we left on the A272. We had a quick look around the FREE museum there, Kings Royal Hussars part mainly but more to see. We decided to do a detour to Portsmouth at this point, why wouldn't you? Roughly 100 o C heat, 60 miles in the wrong direction, what's not to ...
... only let eight people in at a time, so that it was easy to ask questions. The gardens were his wife's passion and she developed a lot of 85 (I think) acres. There are sculptures all around the property and workshops were he did various parts of his sculptures. The most interesting one was where there were displays of the stages of making a hollow bronze ...