- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of you, the friendships you’ve made here are as much if not more important than your family relationships. I feel pretty qualified to say that this is completely valid, seeing as how I’m 5,000 miles away from my own family. Without my NMPAT family, I’d be totally lost. I mean, Corinne Malitskie is totally my Mom-away-from-Mom! These are the people you can be completely ...
... would seem that there was some sort of dead thing discarded somewhere close by – possibly quite a big dead thing, like a dog or a fox, maybe.
The birds flew off before Julie could get any decent pics and we also moved away to put some distance between ourselves and the stench! Further down the lane there was a small car park with access to a couple of nature reserves. We walked down the bank of Northampton’s River Nene for a few hundred yards and ...
... Yellowhammers, our new bird for the week, the nearby owl having disappeared into the long grass.
Upon returning to the car we were approached by a gentleman who fancied a chat and told us about his recent cattle purchases and a trip to the races that wasn't too successful. He was actually waiting to observe the hunt that was in progress. From what we could see, what was going on here was as illegal as last years riots - a group of people ...
... br> guide and also the Egyptian Natural History Museum in the afternoon is definitely a fitting way to end this amazing
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Firstly expect the unexpected! If you are looking for a set itinerary where everything runs smoothly, then this is not the kind
of trip for you. Our itineraries can change due to local circumstances, and in such situations we’ll ...
... night at a GOBA mooring by Aldreth High Bridge. Some kind people from Balmaha helped us tie up. Meandrine and Pipedream were already there. This is the site of an ancient fenland causeway, where, according to an information board nearby, William the Conqueror crossed the Great Ouse to attack Hereward the Wake. The author of the Imray Guide disagrees and suggests an alternative location. I have no opinion either way, as it all happened before I ...