The Chichester Hotel

Address: Old London Road, Wickford, Essex, England, SS11 8UE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Old London Road, Wickford, is near Taste-Italia.
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      Yes, I do still have Classes

      A travel blog entry by megangruber on Nov 13, 2014

      I realized that most of the last posts have all been on trips. Scotland, Italy, Prague, Wales... And some of you might be wondering "Isn't she studying abroad?"

      And the answer to that is: Yes, I am. I am studying abroad and carrying a full 16 credits (four classes). I am taking Marketing, Business Law, Communication Journalism, and Art History. ...

      Millennium Bridge to Hammersmith

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... bridge. Ian carefully manoeuvres our Nissan Note into the gap and we set off across the bridge in search of bikes. We cross the fancy green and gold suspension bridge, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette in 1887, over to the northern shore and it's not long before we locate the bike hire docking station. Phew there are two bikes available, but only two, so we are lucky! At only £2 for 24 hours hire the 'Boris Bikes' represent incredible value for money, ...

      Final day in London

      A travel blog entry by carla.micucci on Aug 02, 2014

      14 photos

      ... irritated by being shoved around. We kept on walking until we reached Queen’s garden and took a stroll down the lush green walkway. There was a great sense of calmness as we sat under a tree and took in the surrounds whilst having a quick snack, away from the loud and busy Buckingham Palace.

      We then took the Underground Tube to St Paul’s and had a light lunch and coffee before heading into St Paul’s Cathedral where Princess ...

      The adventure begins...

      A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jun 14, 2014

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      Today we did our full day tour of London, and it was amazing! I managed to find a delicious bagel and cream cheese for breakfast, and (mostly thanks to Casey) we managed to conquer the buses. We have the public transport down pat! Our first stop was St Paul's Cathedral, where Charles and Diana got married back in the day. It is the largest Protestant cathedral in the world, and it was incredibly beautiful. It is a miracle ...

      Museum of History and Magic

      A travel blog entry by odlozinski on Apr 19, 2014

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      ... were impressive with the sarcophagi for the royals and their felines (none for dogs). Ethan was a capable guide and was able to supplement our tour with numerous interesting facts and stories about the displays. Jonah and I learned about the Lindow man - an incredibly preserved corpse of a man found in the 80s in a bog in NW England. The body was dated to 2BC to 1120 BC, preserved due to the absence of microorganisms in the peat bog that would contribute to its decay. ...