The Langham Hotel

Address: 4 - 5 Langham Place, Barrack Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, NN2 6AA, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4 - 5 Langham Place, Barrack Road, Northampton, is near 78 Derngate and Northampton Museum & Art Gallery.
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      Wootton

      A travel blog entry by winkie on Jan 24, 2014

      ... first tour through Africa. He lives just a couple of train stop away from here. We went to the Old Black Lion pub not far from the train station, and head a few beer we just chatted and caught up on each other's news for the last 4 months. We are going to catch up with the rest of the gang (Cat and Simon) in a few weeks for a weekend in London, with Alana and Tom too. Getting a taxi home as the last bus left about two hours ...

      Oh typhoid vaccination is essential !

      A travel blog entry by elasue07 on Oct 21, 2012

      ... could arise as we might not be fully protected. I decided I should mention it and, as predicted, Sue set about ringing the clinic for advice and to check whether we had been given the vaccine that has now proved to be ineffective.
      Yes, said the simpering nurse, she would take advice and get back to us which she did after a couple of days. 'Yes,' she said, 'it is the the vaccine you have had and, no, there is nothing else you can do. Just be ...

      Itinerary

      A travel blog entry by lucyreeve on Mar 06, 2012

      ... In Swakopmund itself you can walk along
      miles of deserted beaches, visit the museum or relax in a cafe.

      After leaving Swakopmund, we travel to the stunning Spitzkoppe Rock formations. Known as the Matterhorn of Namibia -
      the Spitzkoppe is part of the Erongo Mt range and was formed over 100 million years ago after the collapse of a gigantic
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      So? What's the plan batman?

      A travel blog entry by lucyreeve on Mar 06, 2012

      ... Zumba sessions (when my dvds turn up) and rowing on Dads rowing machine. This is however subject to the swelling going down on my new tattoo on my ankle/foot and as everyone says these things always start tomorrow ;-)

      I'm getting very excited now!

      I will upload a copy of my itinerary for anyone that is interested in having a read through.

      Much Love

      Lucy xxx
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      Ely to St Neots

      A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel on Aug 21, 2011

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... by at 0805. They had been at Hemingford Grey. They must set off at 0800 every day. We went through Houghton Lock on our own, and then called in at Hartford Marina to empty our cassette. We also needed water, but knew there was a tap at Huntingdon, so we refrained from using their hose. Later at Huntingdon we were to regret that, as the tap was nowhere to be seen. We shared Godmanchester Lock with another narrowboat, and then we turned down ...