Lime Trees Hotel

Address: 8 Langham Place, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, NN2 6AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8 Langham Place, Northampton, is near 78 Derngate and Northampton Museum & Art Gallery.
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Day 8. Broughton Castle and Sulgrave Manor

A travel blog entry by riverotter on Jun 13, 2015

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Broughton Castle

This manor house was built around 1300 by Sir John de Broughton. Most of his house and the moat are still there. The house was purchased in 1377 bye William of Wykeham, and has been owned by the same family ever since. William of Wykeham served both King Edward III and Richard II. His great-nephew, Sir Thomas Wykeham built the battlemented wall to the gatehouse, which is what allowed the house to be called a castle.

Waddesdon Manor

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 26, 2013

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... innovations for the time including a steel frame, hot and cold running water in its bathrooms, central heating, and an electric bell system. When the Baron died, he bequeathed his renaissance art to the British Museum and gave everything else to his sister Alice. During World War II, Alice housed children under 5 who were evacuated from London at Waddesdon. This was the first and last time there were children living at Waddesdon. When Alice ...

Race team job seaking

A travel blog entry by jedhuggett on Jul 17, 2013

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Monday i left hudersfield and visit teams up past leads. Down past london and everwere in between. Been nocking up a few miles in the hire car. Thers a few things i have noticed. The radio stations are ****. The drivers arnt much better than the ones in nz. There intercectikns are more confusing. You have big round abouts 3 lanes that split into 4 and then 4 sets of trafic lights and some times a giveway half way round. All on one round about. I though Havelock was mad with having ...

Blacksmiths and Farriers

A travel blog entry by becklett on Mar 12, 2012


... prison sentence. On the other hand, a farrier can do the work of a blacksmith, but it's likely to not be as good.

He then went on to tell us how a blacksmith gets started and that he, himself, was a master blacksmith as he had trained eight apprentices. THEN, he reminded us that a country makes money in three ways: what it grows, what it digs out of the ground, and what it makes. And anything else is a lie. At which point, he started talking about the lies ...


A travel blog entry by lucyreeve on Mar 06, 2012

... allow you to experience some of the most dramatic scenery in the world,
and the Rift Valley is a definite highlight. The valley floor seems to sweep on forever and is dotted with volcanic peaks,
shimmering lakes and countless springs. Our journey takes us into the heart of the Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha. We camp
near the lakeshore where Hippos sometimes feed at night! Here you can walk to Elsamere, the house of Joy Adamson - of
Elsa the Lion and Born Free fame, and enjoy ...