Ibis Hotel Northampton Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Hotel Northampton Centre
We stayed here because it was the first we came to after the station. It was everything we needed, roomy, clean, comfortable. Staff were very helpful and friendly. I think we'd stay there again
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So with less than 72 hours before I start my Adventure volunteering to Africa I need to Pack , Im not one for packing light and almost always take to many things , I do take the kitchen sink, and ive learnt from experience that you will almost certainly not wear a different outfit every day!!
So with a luggage allowance of 46 kilograms spread over two suitcases I thought why not take every piece of clothing I own then I remembered I will be washing my clothes in a bucket ...
... the hills in this part of England.
We cooked dinner so had to do a supermarket run to the local Tesco. Food is cheap over here. OJ at 1£ per litre. Salmon at 10£ per kg. fruit and veg seemed to be cheap and available with a huge variety of products. I.e. Fresh peas from Namibia, and nothing seems to be seasonal. Cannot remember the cost of petrol but certainly dearer than home and diesel dearer ...
... cycle! So please, please help the amazing work of Unseen(UK) by sponsoring me! let's see what a difference we can make,
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... flew the length of the lake and disappeared towards the south.
There are two possibilities, either a 2nd year Common Gull (gulls take up to four years to reach maturity and pass through a number of plumage phases in that period or a near-adult non-breeding plumage Ring-billed Gull. The former bird is fairly easy to see in Northants at this time of year; the latter would be quite a rarity. Had we had the chance to look at it through the ...