Premier Inn Northampton Great Billing / A45
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... just down the street to the chiropractor. His is very good but it takes almost an hour to go through my history and I just want him to get on with it so I hurting. By the time I leave I can almost walk normally. But still quite sore. I spend the rest of the day chilling on the lounge in awkward positions, the bottom is quite tender. ...
... must be lighting up behind my eyes as I blink at this latest revelation. 'Oh we didn't need much,' I say to Sue who is looking at me like I come from a different planet. ''You traveled through India without Hep B protection?'' The nurse, who is now nodding her head like one of those annoying dogs who sit in the back windows of cars, smiles and agrees with Sue. I attempt to put up a defense but all is lost. I capitulate and meekly offer up my arm. ...
... our first attempt at “Word Soup” I felt an unusual sensation in my groin area – something that doesn’t normally happen when I’m playing word games. Julie needed both hands, one to press the buttons and one to hold her cider, so I looked down and there was a crusty’s hand an arm apparently trying to find its way into my pocket to presumably connect with my wallet. This was rather insulting. We spend time in Barcelona most years and the city has ...
... managed and some
very basic. In both Cape Town and Nairobi the truck will have a layover for 3 or 4 days and in this time accommodation in
either hotels or backpackers lodges is to be paid for by individuals and not Local Payment. This layover period gives you, the
truck and crew a chance to do your own thing and recharge batteries! The route north from Uganda to Cairo allows us to re
accustom ourselves to bush and desert camping where possible. At certain campsites there ...
... down or asleep in bed. Apparently BW has had a lot of trouble keeping the level steady in this pound and have installed a more efficient pump to deal with it. Every time a boat crosses this summit level it draws off nearly 200,000 gallons of water. Anyhow, we decided to go up the next lock so we were in a longer pound, which would make water shortage less ...