Premier Inn Barking

Address: Highbridge Road, Barking, Essex, England, IG11 7BA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Highbridge Road, Barking, is near Abbey Road, William Morris Gallery, Causey Arch, and The Docklands Equestrian Centre.
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      FOX and the English

      A travel blog entry by gorte on Aug 13, 2014

      1 comment

      ... way, actually I have heard it used the opposite way a few times. The idea of boastful humour seems like something that may have come from the US into the younger culture. I feel like this type of humour is easy to pick up on so I don’t see why the opposite would be so difficult. Finally, one last thing that caught my attention in the book was the way different class levels speak, specifically the use of the word “pardon.” I had mentioned to ...

      London and friends from down under

      A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Jun 25, 2014

      ... the story line. I do wonder though how you follow some musicals if you dont know the vague storyline. while here I brought cadbury chocolate and ive come to the conclusion that english cadbury chocolate isn't very nice. my new room mate is from christchurch, it seemed very strange to me to meet another person from chch, first one on the entire holiday. the next day I did the hop on hop of bus trip and a river cruise down the Thames and for a walk through hyde park where I ...

      Our last Day

      A travel blog entry by shawnandchris on May 02, 2014

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      Our last day. We were up early and took our luggage to Paddington Station and we set up on the tube to Waterloo where we walked past the London Eye. We didn't do the London Eye this time as we did it last visit and the lineup was horrendous. Walked past the London Dungeon and Aquarium and across the bridge to view Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Walked to Buckingham Palace and then back to Piccadilly Circus. We then ...

      Circus of horrors and a free peep show...

      A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Jan 14, 2014

      ... foreskin and shot a firecracker out of his ass to the sounds of 'Ring of Fire'...

      Just to mention it there were also sword swallowers, contortionists, acrobats and magicians... but nothing topped the dwarf. Oh and it had nothing to do with London's past (the liars).

      I officially feel that I have seen it all now... seriously...

      Getting ready to get on the road again.

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Jan 04, 2014


      ... advised me to do so. You can find out all about Treshi here. I met Treshi through the excellent Virtual Tourist website where I have contributed for many years and I suspect this is how some of you will have stumbled upon this blog.

      Apart from those two essentials I have got just about nothing done but all is vaguely in hand. I submitted my visa application a few days ago and pick it up the day before I fly ...