The George Hotel

Address: Sheep St., Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, NN16 0AN, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sheep St., Kettering, is near Rushton Triangular Lodge.
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      Travel Blogs from Kettering

      JFC Ski has started!

      A travel blog entry by jfcski on Feb 13, 2015

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      ... have our ski boots fitted, so tomorrow morning when we are all fresh faced we can get straight onto the slopes to enjoy our first skiing lessons.

      Mrs Taylor is looking forward to spending her day in a cafe of drinking copious amounts, non-alcoholic obviously....

      The question is, will we all survive, how will Mrs Taylor cope without wine, and sharing a room with Mr Swain will Mr Maggs get a wink of sleep? Don't forget Miss Mullen, she is terrifying before 10 am!
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      Snow turns me into a 5 year old!!

      A travel blog entry by megz194 on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... of good health, but that doesn't mean we did nothing! We went ice-skating and swimming today, and went into town to do a bit of shopping yesterday.

      However, by far the most exciting thing this year so far was that it snowed twice!! And proper snow! I turned into a 5 year old, dancing around in my PJ's and only just resisting the temptation to do a snow angel :P It really was magical! ✳⛄

      Until next week,
      Megz xx
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      Preparation begins

      A travel blog entry by mfraftery on Aug 13, 2013

      ... will be to only take the things I need and maximise the space for things to give to the poor people who I will undoubtedly meet in India. The feeling of wanting to help is immense inside me and I truly hope to make a small difference in the lives of those I will be ...

      Safaris and Tea

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jul 27, 2013

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      ... to it, that I could have touched it! Hanging next to the Armada Portrait were a very well known painting of Jane Seymour by Hans Holbein, as well as well known portraits of Mary Tudor and their younger brother Edward. Before leaving the Abbey, I went through an area called The Grotto. The Grotto contains carvings of different sea objects and is covered with ormer shells from the Channel Islands. After leaving the Abbey, I made sure to have afternoon tea at the Duchess' Tea Room.
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      Brian and Cathie's South American Adventure

      A travel blog entry by brianandcathie on Feb 07, 2013

      ... we expect in a rain forest) of which we had a great view as the roof of the museum was glass in many places. After some prodding the guide did get the driver to bring the bus back to a closer location and as we were preparing to leave the rain went off! We then travelled back for an hour and a half and on the way to the ship had a brief view of Santos which is the largest and busiest port in South America. It could all get lost in the corner of the container port at Tsing Yi ...