Premier Inn Southend Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Southend Airport Southend-on-Sea
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... The alternative route to Southend is via London Liverpool Street, again taking about an hour, and we used this route on our return to the capital.
The day was not really the best weather wise but arriving at Southend Central railway station with a target in mind, we set off to walk over a mile out to sea (or Thames Estuary) on the Southend-on-Sea Pleasure Pier that sits at the south end of the High Street. The ...
... we must look like complete plebs to the hotel they haven't once complained and instead phoned us 3 times to ensure there was nothing else they could do for us. What a pleasure! I'm still trying to get Vaughan used to living the high life as last night when turndown service was offered he turned it down, not realising that by saying no he was foregoing the chocolate on the pillow. I don't think he'll be saying no ...
... that home really is where the heart is. As they say - life takes us to unexpected places, love brings us back home.... Whoever "they" is, is right. So, thank you to each person who wishes us well on our travels, I hope you keep us in your thoughts as we will keep you in ours. This is our blog which I will try and maintain throughout our journey. I hope you enjoy it as much as we will writing it. All the best Scott & ...
... do we beat a hasty retreat to another dump, Woolwich. It was soooo bad that after discovering that Riverside House no longer was part of the University of Greenwich and driving by the Common, we beat a hasty retreat to Greenwich. We parked the car in Greenwich Park and after hunting for the Meridian line, walked through the park in the freezing rain into town. As we were both starving, we stopped at the Gypsy Moth pub for Fish, Chips and mushy peas and a pint of London Pride. ...
... minute noodles for a long while. Now we just have to pay Angelo for the camper, next bridge to cross.
Yesterday Bronagh and John said we can park the camper in their driveway, which is lovely of them.
So as you can image we are both in a very better head space, we now are closer to having a home. We are so glad we didn't leave this till the last week of our stay here. We are ...