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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      Sleep deprived again. My body clock is so out.

      A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti on Jul 18, 2014

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      ... with the stuff we bought at the Outlet store in Orlando in it. We approached the staff at the station and she was about to ring the next station when they rang her to tell her they had taken it off the train. One more set of stairs and a 100 metre walk to John's house. We arrived at 2.45 London time which was 25 hours since we got up yesterday.

      We had water and a big variety of fruit for ...

      Unfit, Unfettered in the U.K.

      A travel blog entry by unfitunfettered on Jul 16, 2014

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      ... he didn’t think he could explain how to get there effectively to an outright newcomer. Every Airbnb venue I have been to, the hosts have been truly hospitable.

      I have also come to the realization that I may be oversensitive when it comes to thinking that I will be judged and mistreated for my exterior.

      On one of the tours I went on, I overheard this exchange between two young, tall, model-attractive people, one male and ...

      Embracing the English nerd

      A travel blog entry by mccloskey on Apr 03, 2014

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      A few of us went and visited the British Library today and it really just further validated the extreme literature nerd inside of me. I have never been a huge fan of museums/exhibits but looking at some of Shakespeare's actual works had me wanting to do backflips...and Jane Austen's writing desk?! And the Magna Carta?! The level of excitement I had for this stuff is actually quite embarrassing. I even applied for a British Library ...

      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 ...

      Day 5: The One Where Aidan Hurt His Knee

      A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Dec 27, 2013

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      ... Street Kensington Tube station, taking the Circle Line to Tower Hill to begin our first tour of the Tower Bridge. The bridge itself is obviously open to vehicle traffic and pedestrians, but within the towers at either end of the bridge and suspended in the walkways at the top is what is known as the Tower Bridge Exhibition, a kind of museum/interpretive centre showing the history of the bridge and how it operates. For 8, you get access to it all, from ...