Premier Inn Northampton Bedford Road/A428
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Waking on time to check out, forgot to set an alarm. I got the tube to Euston, and arrived in time to get the train straight to Northampton but not before I got a Cornish pastry ( chicken and veg, yum). The hours train trip back to Northampton was quite. Getting off I walked to the shopping centre where I ...
... moment it seems improbable that we will make our way from north to south, over thousands of miles. Two middle aged women each with a rucksack containing very few clothes and a few books.
Eventually we are ushered in to see the nurse and of course we always have to go through the same discussion, even though we have been attending this clinic for a number of years now. The nurse always looks at us with incredulity and you just know the questions ...
... qualified guest. As I was feeling in a generous mood I decided not to point out that there are still several signs around the hotel pointing to the apparently illusory "Car Park".
Julie arrived from Birmingham on the train just as I was ready to take the car to the official car park and when all that was sorted out we got ready to go out. We had a couple of pints in town (a decent pint in the “Wig & Pen”) and then set off in search of a curry. One of ...
... travel can be unpredictable and occasionally our crew may have to amend the itinerary to take into account
changing local circumstances or because of a delay at a border or because of circumstances outside our control. This can all
lead to additional work and commitment for our crew who will do all they can to minimize any disruption to the trip. While
our crew are essentially on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week, it has to be remembered that no one is actually ...
... so we went under the historic bridge, with it’s chapel, and turned up a side stream where there is another mooring called the Waits. Again a fairly high wall, but we moored with some steps at the front. St Ives was a lovely place. We visited the Norris Museum, just by our mooring, and then wandered through the two parallel shopping streets. We found the statue of Oliver Cromwell and had an early lunch at a café. We took a bus to ...