Hampton by Hilton Braintree
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... changing of the guards takes place at 11.30 so one would think that getting there at 10am would be plenty of time, not so! By 10am the footpaths were packed! But this was no match for us. We slowly edged our way through as close to the palace gates as possible. Shakespeare's quote "though she be but little, she is fierce" came to my mind during it all. If you've never experienced the excitement if the changing of the guards but want to then I wouldn't suggest ...
... days but they still lose a lot of croissants when I travel. Hotels tend to have less freebies but you can get or buy stuff from them and supermarkets are everywhere so just buy it there. Also just how many clothes do you really need? Less than you packed probably and if it falls short then unless you're in the rain forest with Pygmy tribes then just buy more kit there ( I notice the Pygmy tribes always seem to be wearing a lot of ...
After breezing through the security in Singapore Airport and leaving my luggage for the day, I caught the free shuttle towards Changi Beach, where I had lunch before catching a ferry out to Palau Ubin island. I hired a bike from the same bloke as on my first visit and rode to the wetland area, which was this time covered by the high tide. On my way I saw a group of pigs, probably the same ones I'd seen on my first ...
... a lovely Cabriolet on A30 coming into Salisbury, Paul noticed it, OK OK, it was a tractor, doing all of 5 MPH, bloody thing was in the fast lane, but they are country folk, they think that's OK. We arrived into Salisbury around 9 hours after leaving Mickleham, tad hot and sweaty but feeling fab. I have decided we need to call ahead and get our drinks of choice ordered for when we arrive, this pub wanted to take us up ...
Kat and I are in the subdivision of London called Woodford Green. Suburban life here is almost identical to what I experienced in Germany. Everything is dress right dress and people keep to themselves more or less. The big difference is that everyone speaks English and they drive on the opposite side of the road. That opposite ...