Premier Inn Basildon South
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... didn’t come through. We then continued on our separate ways. Upon reaching town by 5pm, we still hadn’t heard back about the cottage, and Jim cycled back into Halesworth to find us sitting contemplating our options on a park bench in the centre of town. We gladly followed him home and set ourselves up in their little office. That night and Monday, the rain came down as forecast and we were very appreciative of our warm, dry shelter and the wonderful, ...
... WTF!Now scheduled to arrive in London at 1.31pm. We only left norwich at 10.40am.Loved the screening of the new Dr Who on Saturday night even if somewhat of a confusing and muddled storyline.Caught up with Vicki and James and went to the Dove pub for dinner. A lovely old pub right on the banks of the Thames. Great night though it poured down and was cold.
... 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.
... to Sherlock Holmes Hotel next door to meet Louise Synnott for dinner. It was wonderful to see Louise she is teaching here in London we laughed all night. Louise telling Stuart stories of her childhood in and out of our home growing up with a Erin and Matt. She looks great and enjoying living here only thirteen days to summer vacations. She is going to pop over to Belgium with a friend. So far we have done 45,000 steps sure it's more Stuart is forgetting I take little ...
... Palace. We could not believe how many people were crowded around the Palace for the event. We did not get a great look at the ceremony through the gates, however we did get some great pictures of the guards entering and leaving. After the Changing of the Guard, we went to see the Guards Museum, which displayed the history of the Royal Guards. The Museum of three guards housed many treasures including treasures captured from both world wars and the Guard uniforms which ...