Kettering Park Hotel and Spa
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The senior moment(s) lasted well and I suppose we could claim it was restful.
More rainy deluges through the night and the morning TV offered no respite from the inbound fronts! A casual "We could cut our losses and go home" was swiftly agreed on and after a remnants' breakfast we packed with unrecognisable fervour, ready to hit the rain-sodden road as quickly as possible. Now we were driven by the urgency of avoiding Friday night motorway chaos!
G n S opted for ...
... to believe it is real...the grounds comprise of hundreds of acres of land...after touring the house we had a light lunch in one of the restaurants .
Next Graham took us to tour around the town of Stamford. Wow, the history here is really amazing as well. Stamford has a reputation for being one of England's finest 'stone towns'. It is a mix of medieval and Georgian ...
... somebody rather than just pushing the old clothes into a re-cycling bin at the supermarket. What will my fellow guests be like ? This is the mystery of today and the question that filled my mind during a sleepless night last night. I must presume that I will meet like minded people but from many different countries. French, German, Russian, Indian, English and probably Chinese as well, what language skills will I learn if a truly ...
... This collection is the most Canalettos in one place outside of the collection belonging to the Queen. From there, I went to the long gallery to see what I was most excited to see. The Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I is one of my favorite paintings. I love paintings of her anyway, but this is one the best.The painting was done in 1588 and commemorates the English victory over the Spanish Armada. It is one of the most iconographic portraits of Elizabeth. I was ...
... said that he’s still considered as a foreigner in his village after 17 years living there – but that’s more a small village mentality right? I guess it’s just that French people are less open when you first meet them, whereas us English are more welcoming up front, but reserve judgement – the French ...