The World's End
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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So once again not much has happened in the last week. I have arranged to hire a car for pick up today for a week, get out and see some sights. I woke early to Skype my brother, partner and my nephew for his first birthday. It was quite a painful Skype not cause I was not there but on the way down the stairs I slipped and landed ...
... innovations for the time including a steel frame, hot and cold running water in its bathrooms, central heating, and an electric bell system. When the Baron died, he bequeathed his renaissance art to the British Museum and gave everything else to his sister Alice. During World War II, Alice housed children under 5 who were evacuated from London at Waddesdon. This was the first and last time there were children living at Waddesdon. When Alice ...
... and a typhoid jab. Oh Elaine (I just knew it) you need a course of injections. Three in fact, for protection against Hepatitis B.' No sooner are these words out of her mouth than Sue and the nurse are shaking their heads with dismay and surprise that I have managed to travel for the last five years without taking this essential precaution. The nurse sagely shakes her head and says it is a must for India, plus, I too, am in need of a typhoid jab. The ...
... our drinks we noticed a rather drunk individual of the sort that the tabloid press at least tend to refer to as ‘crusties’. His most obvious features were a set of gingery, grubby-looking dreadlocks and one of those stripy, woollen Peruvian-style smocks that seem so popular with this sub-culture. That and the fact that he was apparently very drunk. He was sitting at the table next to the quiz machine.
Drinks purchased we went to play the machine and a short ...
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