Premier Inn Thurrock East Hotel
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... what could have been 221b. Any way to make money, I guess. We didn't go in; I just wanted a photo-op. A British TV show based on Agatha Christie's detective, Hercules Poirot, featured a number of Art Deco locations that I just fell in love with. They are scattered all over the London area but the building used for his residence was "nearby". I'll just say that it looks much better on ...
... not a flag flying today. The queen is still at her summer residence in Scotland. In front of the palace is a grand statue depicting Queen Victoria and scenes of local industry around the sides. Queen Victoria used to hold the title for longest reigning monarch but Queen Elizabeth just broke the record last week. There were two guards posted with their traditional red coats and tall fur hats. Apparently those ...
... Wharf. We ventured out there and enjoyed a very nice evening al fresco enjoying the sounds of the London Jazz Festival which happened to be held this weekend. Good food, good drink and good music. A great way to wind down this crazy adventure of mine.
I hope to finish off with at least one more entry describing some other items which just never made it into the past entries. For the meantime, enjoy the photos below!
After packing up we picked up a couple of Boris Bikes and rode to Little Venice. It's really lovely there along the canals, we stopped and had a drink at a barge that has been turned into a cafe before riding back to Marble Arch to meet James and Pierre. It was great to ...
... number one venue we recommend you visit. It was originally built as a country house for William III and Mary II. They both lived between the 16th and 17th
century and jointly ruled over England and Ireland. Not only is it a place that you can explore, there are also a plethora of things to do there. Considering the number of exhibitions that take place, it’s ideal for a family ...