Address: Holdenby Road, Spratton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, NN6 8LD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Holdenby Road, Spratton, Northampton.
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Bucolic day in English countryside

A travel blog entry by os2015 on Aug 12, 2015

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... for fishing, and several men were doing that today. I spoke to two chaps, one was reeling in a fish, a Mirror Carp, which estimated to be 12 lbs., see photos. Once caught it is released back into the lake to be tempted by someones bait again and again. Carp is the main fish here. (Doesn't seem to be destructive like the European Carp in Australia) According to the notice board catches have been as great as 500 lbs! Fishing competitions are ...

Day 8. Broughton Castle and Sulgrave Manor

A travel blog entry by riverotter on Jun 13, 2015

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... Feinnes the 1st Lord Seye & Sele, fought for King Henry V at Agincourt. However, later, during the peasant's rebellion led by Jack Cade, he was captured and beheaded in 1450.

Another notable owner of Broughton Castle was William Feinnes, 8th Lord Saye & Sele. He was a Puritian and opposed Charles I during the 1630's. The small room in the upper story of Broughton became a meeting place for the leaders of the opposition to Charles ...

Race team job seaking

A travel blog entry by jedhuggett on Jul 17, 2013

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... 2thirds of the way around it. Some times the trafic sticks to the speed limit and other times they dont.  The speed limit is 70 mph. I was doing 80 and little trucks were passine me. So i took the opitunaty and wound the hire car out to 100mph I was lucky to stay at too couch surfers this week. Ian and Mimi. Both were very kind and i much appriciate it. It would have been nice to speen more time with you. With some luck i will be back. I all stayed at a kiwi friend Tim. Witch ...

CodeBreaking in the Second World War

A travel blog entry by zaidngreg on Aug 23, 2012

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I've always wanted to visit Bletchley Park. I think anyone who is in the business of engineering things to solve practical problems should make a pilgramage to this site, which is where modern digital computing was born. When I was younger, I read about who Eckert and Mauckley invented the ENIAC machine in 1947. It turns out that folks at Bletchley Park and the British Post Office beat them by over three years. The first digital computer was actually made here, as ...

Blacksmiths and Farriers

A travel blog entry by becklett on Mar 12, 2012


... are being taught in school. Avril and I just nodded, not pointing out that I'm a teacher and she's a retired teacher. We were beginning to wonder how we'd escape when a couple came up, asking about the price of one of his warming forks. With him distracted, we quickly walked away.

We walked back up the canal, admiring the designs of the canal boats and the pretty houses overlooking it that are available to rent. When we looked at the time, we realized we had ...