The Maltsters

Address: The Green, Badby, Northamptonshire, England, nn11 3af, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Green, Badby, is near Althorp House.
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    Travel Blogs from Badby

    The Enslow leg

    A travel blog entry by martinlockett on May 21, 2014

    11 photos

    ... eventually Keith used a plank as a fulcrum and prised the barge from the sandbank. At the next lock (Kings Lock) a man in a van told John about a barge he'd seen that was stranded and that it would be there a long time. We were charged £44.50 to go on the Thames. Early afternoon we met up with Pete's wife, sister and mother and enjoyed a wonderful picnic at Thrupp. In the evening we had a meal at The Rock of Gibraltar pub in ...

    I Can Hear Hannah Weeing...(tmi?)

    A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Jul 30, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... 65+10 litres)

  • day sack (30 litres)
  • raincoat & zip in fleece, plastic poncho
  • 1 pair approach shoes, 1 pair sandals
  • 1 pair jeans, 1 pair zip-offs
  • shorts that double up as trunks
  • 2 t-shirts, 2 shirts and a long floppy top thing
  • 5 pants, 5 socks (yes they're pairs)
  • belt, sunhat, sun glasses
  • camera & charger
  • Ipod, Ipad (ideally I'd be leaving this at home ...

  • Badby to London

    A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Jul 28, 2013

    We actually managed to get up early but ended staying for breakfast. We are staying with T's brother Jon and are meeting him at his studio in the East End of London. Doris wants us to go via the M1 but local advice is to go via the M40. Doris is determined for us to correct our ...

    "Someone that I used to know"

    A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Jul 27, 2013

    2 photos

    Today we are going to stay with friends in Northamptonshire and as it is not far we have the day to amuse ourselves. The talk of the Battle of Bosworth the other night has kindled our interest in Richard lll as his body was found in Leicester last year under a car park (not that they hid him under a car park of course). There is an exhibition about it at the medieval Guild Hall, so we decide to go and have look. We navigate by memory from the bus stop to where we think ...

    CodeBreaking in the Second World War

    A travel blog entry by zaidngreg on Aug 23, 2012

    8 photos

    ... device made by the British to actually decrypt the messages. The Tuny code decode the message very rapidly once the settings were known, decryption being basically the XOR of the message with the (now-broken) cipher wheels. It's charming to watch the Colossus in operation: It's got 2,5000 vacuum tubes, several racks of relays, and a good wholesome sort of "getting things done" sound to it. The machine even has some original 190's era Vacuum tubes. It's worth ...