Premier Inn Basildon South
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to find the email again. Finally (thought) I managed to send it to him but apparently there was no PDF in the email I sent to him because it was open in another tab but on another tab, I deleted it already so something must have happened in between lah. ETL: 4 Mins He told me to get on the train anyway but I might have to pay for another ticket on board. Made it on with 2 mins to spare but I was on the other end of the train because ...
... closed a few minutes earlier. They were so forgiving and I have promised them I will pay for half of their pie when they eventually do return. If I recognise them. It had turned to the Christmas season so I was wearing present earings to make myself a tiny bit festive. Instead of my tiny love heart earrings. Now, these earings are so light that I forgot I wasn't wearing my tiny ones, so when a nice looking chap came through and said "I love your earings' I ...
Ronan Keating is joining the stage show Once in November.. so we decided to see the show prior to it becoming too commercial (and of course while it was cheaper!)
So Kristy and I went to Bar Salsa for dinner first (never for salsa... never) and then Katie joined us at 7pm for the show.
Upon arrival we were upgraded to better seats in the ...
... has good shops including on Grafton St, and St Stephens Green Shopping Centre where there is a bronze statue of Molly Malone
St Stephens Green is a popular open space with lots of statues of famous Dubliners.
There are lots of public buildings in this area including The National museum and National library.
Merrion Sq has a statue of Oscar Wilde and is surrounded by attractive townhouses.
... A little ways out from the market itself, there was a street that had slightly fewer tourists congesting it...Baker Street. Here we found an Italian restaurant with delicious food for lunch. Right down the road from where we ate was 221B and the Sherlock Holmes museum. Unfortunately, this was the only place on the entire road with an hour-long line to its door, so we decided to skip going inside and simply admire it from ...