Premier Inn Southend Airport
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... round as there is only one other small café on the pier which, given the number of visitors, seems quite poor.
The end of the pier sees a modern building housing art exhibitions (the one that was showing was rather strange) and a small café as well as the RNLI lifeboat station and gift shop. Overall however the pier seems to be lacking a certain amount of pleasure activities when compared to those at the likes ...
... London Zoo. There is a superstition that says "that if all the ravens leave the Tower, it will crumble" so ravens are kept on site to this day. Now to make sure they don't bugger off their wings are clipped. We looked at the Bloody Tower and the torchure exhibition. All in all it is quite a brutal place, but we had a great day.
From there we made our way up to the Cambridge Theatre, by the Water Bus on ...
... Group under Rear Admiral Russell S. Berkey, and the Motor Torpedo Boat Group under Lt. Com. N. Burt Davis, on the 15 December 1944.Included were 11,878 combat troops; 9,578 army air force; and 5,901 Service troops under the command of General William C. Dunkel who prepared the airport for the landing of air forces for the landing at Lingayen, Pangasinan to free Luzon.In connection with the above is the recognition of a group of Filipino ...
... and there it is overlooking the sea. What can I say?! Was so lovely seeing them both - had a lovely evening drinking wine eating Chinese drinking wine catching up and drinking wine !!!! Even if I didn't know them , I cannot recommend their guesthouse enough. They have decorated the place to the highest quality, creating a wonderful warm welcome to the place. From the entrance hall into the lounge ,with its log burner and " honesty " bar , to the five individually ...
... people have said 'seen one church seen them all', I totally disagree. The work that has gone into this building, I is something else. Absolutely beautiful. No pictures to be taken inside, but outside is gorgeous too. Too many words. A must see! WOW!!!!! Survived the blitz, was designed by Wren in 17th Century after The Great Fire of London. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. No charge to get in, there was a full mass going on so many areas we couldn't get to, ...