Park Inn by Radisson Northampton
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The final day of my month long drive around this beautiful. Leaving Cardiff early morning and heading east, in search of a bunch of stones. Stopping first at Woodhenge, not that interesting. Continuing on to Stonehenge You drive pass the stones on the way to the new visitors centre. This was only opened last year. It is quite a large building and very modern, considering the age of stonehenge, I thought the architecture ...
... is already causing a significant hole in the travel budget and the plush surroundings of the travel clinic in has to be paid for somehow. My reluctance to go there is tempered by the knowledge that we can pop in to the White Swan in on our return.
Appointments duly made, we set off. I say appointments because, even though we go in together knowing that we will not be any longer than twenty minutes, we are required to book two twenty minute slots. ...
... in the Travelodge directing you to the car park so I decided to try and find this rather than pay £6 or so for a night in the nearby multi-storey. More by luck than judgement I drove straight to it, parked in one of several available spaces, grabbed our hold-alls and the laptop and rang the door-bell.
I told the functionary that I was in the car park and he told me that it wasn’t a car park. Now I’m happy to accept that there are many things in the world ...
... br> vehicles can handle the tough conditions that they are put through. The truck is equipped with all the equipment we may
need enroute, including a professionally compiled expedition Medical Kit, large water & fuel carrying capacities, an
extensive range of spare parts and the kitchen sink, (well almost!) So all you need is your sleeping bag, a roll mat and your
own personal gear!
We usually have two crew whose duties are extensive and ...
... discovered there is no place to moor on the same side as the reserve, so we couldn’t stop. At Holywell we took a photo of some thatched cottages, and later found that the picture includes a kingfisher sitting on a branch. St Ives Lock widens out in the middle, so that two boats can get in side by side. As we were leaving the lock, Meandrine and Pipedream were arriving behind us. At St Ives, the town quay looked very difficult, with a high ...