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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We touched down in Brisbane sometime the following day to a warm reception from Danny and Robyne, who were there the day we departed all that time ago. Our trip was complete. Now onto that sausage roll Rach was craving for 13 months...
This concludes the blogs for now. For all those who stuck it out with us since our first entry in Colombia, you’ll be ...
... the City Attractions: The real excitement begins when you start exploring the city to see its various attractions. If you have done your research in advance, you would have drawn up a list of places that you would like to visit depending on your taste. As such, each morning you will be excited thinking about the attractions that you will be visiting during the course of the day. If you take your kids to a theme park, you will be able ...
... 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.
... Boy Scouts), but also had a beautiful exhibit of clay poppy flowers commemorating all the deaths in WWI. Here are the girls' stories (we're camping the next couple of days, but we will post everything as soon as we return!):
Brandi - We saw the Crown Jewels today. We also saw the Peter Pan statue and just had an awesome day! Good night family!
Jamie - Today we went to the Tower of London and we learned all ...
... after 45 years - there is more traffic, the skyline is higher, there is so much scaffolding everywhere and new developments are cropping up everywhere. It's not really the London I remember. World events and increased security have shut off many places you could walk right up to before. The underground trains seem smaller and the stations more confusing. Anyway tomorrow we are hitting the markets. Let's see how we ...