Hotel Campanile Northampton
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... hooked! It is so so so so yummy!!!!!! I'm not a fan of spicy food, so naturally I didn't get a spicy curry, but it was still heaven in my mouth (I have had curry several times since this night as it is now my new favorite food, for now anyways.). I had a blast on our date. We found this old church on the way home and stopped to take some pictures of it because it looked creepy in the sunset. I also found a red phone booth!!!!! This is what I picture when I think of London. ...
... the villages that, for the most part, still belong to Althorp, home of the Earl of Spencer. After a bit of a drive, we ended up in Kingsthorpe where we got stuck in traffic. At first, we thought it was road works, but it ended up just being a very long queue to get onto a road. Eventually, we made it to the Northampton town centre, where Avril took me to visit the beautiful Guildhall.
The Guildhall was built in the 1860s and is a gorgeous building, both inside ...
... run horse and game ranch where you can go game viewing on elephant and horseback or even take a walk
with Lion Cubs! Its our destination for the next few days and always a highlight! We make our way to the Eastern Highlands
of Zimbabwe, we will either visit Chimanimani National Park or Vumba Gardens, where you have the opportunity to take a
hike through the mountain wilderness area, or hiking to the nearby bridal veil falls, or simply enjoying the stunning
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We intended to make an early start this morning but there was such a strong wind that there were white horses on the water and we're nowhere near the sea. Bryan was prepared to go but I wasn't keen so we stayed put.
We are on the Washlands moorings named after the Washlands scheme created to control floodwaters and protect development to ...
... on holidays and never left, and Jane.. to assist and keep the coffee flowing while we take on the challenge at hand. my , how the time flys by.. six hours of carving, covering, decorating our cakes whilst we exchange stories, hints and banter. A few photos, books signed by Lindy, and it is back on the train for the 50 minute trip home, passing more fields of green, villages, train stations of names peculiar to me.. such as.. Harrow on ...