Northampton Marriott Hotel
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... to play an instrument like you did. We’re all kind of counting on you to help perpetuate this love of music. Lastly, to Andy, Richard, Corinne, Emma, Naomi, Gid and Matt – you guys are amazing. I’ve learned from you all and am super proud to call you my colleagues. Hats off especially to Andy and Richard for planning this thing. I can’t imagine how difficult it ...
... I went to look for in conditions thatwere, quite frankly, grim and then met Julie off the train, after which we went for dinner in Sorrentino’s in Northampton, a rather good Italian restaurant that we have visited several times, before heading off for an early ...
... perched on top of the filling as an after thought. I'm sure they would be much better if they had proper shortcrust pastry.
The sky was almost clear when we left at near enough closing time and the village far enough from the town centre for the effects of light pollution to be reduced and we managed to locate four of the five planets expected to be visible, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn with only Mercury escaping. Five planets at once is a rare occurrence.
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... and going backwards as fast as we could. The wind again caught the bows and we blew round to face the other way! We went downstream a little further to where there were no boats, and turned into the wind to face upstream once again. At Brownshill Lock there was another lock queue, with five narrowboats, and three cruisers all waiting. Balmaha was one of the boats and he said he had taken photos of some of our antics at the pontoon.