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... sightseeing! We went to Burghley House near Stamford in Lincolnshire. It was built in the 1550s-60s by William Cecil who was Lord High Treasurer and Chief Minister to
Queen Elizabeth 1, the 1st Earl of Essex, and spymaster and master of intrigue.
Burghley is a magnificent building and very large. The estate is 11,500 acres and has what must be the largest collection of deer in Britain. The ...
Tony left early to make his way to Germany.
Today is another summers day 29 degrees.
I sent Linda's washing machine into overdrive and caught up with 2 weeks of washing
Simon Ben and Robin were over for lunch.
We watched Andy Murray win the 2013 Wimbledon. First Brit to win Wimbledon in 77 years.
The evening is really pleasant and we went for a stroll around the area to take in the wonderful English countryside.
... gloves. We walked down the road a bit to the old Sessions House (built in 1678) which is now a Tourist Information, but unfortunately were only able to see inside the lobby. The Sessions House used to be where the Magistrate Court-a court for misdemeanor crimes-took place. Across the street, is All Saints Church, a high church in the Anglican religion and we stepped inside to look around. The interior is gilded with gold and quite beautiful. I didn't take a lot of pictures ...
opportunity to post gifts home, play a round of golf or check out the local markets.
Passing through lush mountainous landscape and plantations - we soon will be following the coast of Lake Malawi - the
countries most dominant natural feature. Camping in Malawi sums up the spirit of an Africa overland trip with Oasis. We
spend 4 to 5 days at friendly laid back campsites where most people choose to relax on the sandy beaches or try their hand at
... which is probably why we have experienced such strong winds. From our boat we can look across the Washlands to a distant hill on which stands a church. We walked to the village containing that church. And what a pretty village it was. AND it had a little shop cum post office. So we bought todays paper, home made cake and milk from the local farm. On the way back we passed Church ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe World's End Northampton
I had a terrific venison sausage and mash withs Belhaven ale. Traditional pub fair in a traditional pub locale right on the royal mile, We were seated directly across the open door of the kitchen...which can be a good thing or w scary thing. They had 3 guys working in ver close quarters and did an amazing job.
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