Holiday Inn Northampton
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... coming together from all sorts of different backgrounds, circumstances, beliefs, orientations, what have you, and what have they all got in common? Music. That’s everyone’s common denominator. Everyone has a place in this group, and everyone is important. Even with one person missing, it’s not the same. That E you play in bar 88 is part of a chord that makes up ...
... black 'panda eyes'. They occur in large numbers in some parts of Europe during the winter but are normally only patchily distributed around England and Wales. There had been several in this part of Northamptonshire in the preceding week but they all seemed to have departed by the time we started to look for them.
Back home to Shrewsbury, then Julie's for Christmas and then it's non-stop until back to work on the 3rd of January 2013. ...
... into our B&B, The Brownlow. It's an adorable renovated stables, and in a beautiful, peaceful setting. Sue, our hostess, had a lovely dry Irish sense of humor, andmade us feel quite welcome. On her recommendation, we went into "town" (Cheddington), and had a lovely dinner at The Old Swan. This is an adorable 600-year-old inn, with a really great gastropub. I would happily go back there, if I'm in the area again.
... in some reasonably short grass. We followed the path until we were a little closer and then set the ‘scope up to get some superb views. The bird sat for perhaps 20 minutes and we were able to treat a few ramblers to a good look at some wildlife they might otherwise have overlooked. The owl eventually decided to hunt and for the next quarter of an hour we watched as it drifted around hunting for voles, the population of which in the vicinity must ...
... to visit Abu Simbel - the massive stone monuments built by the greatest of
all pharaohs, Ramses ll, is always a highlight before continuing to Luxor.
Days 109 to 114
You will be kept busy exploring in Luxor - where we visit the Valley of Kings and Queens. Here, the remarkably well
preserved tombs of the ancient rulers -namely Ramses ll and Tutankhamun -have coloured paintings and hieroglyphics that
still seem fresh even after 3000 years. Karnak and ...