Travelodge Northampton Upton Way

Address: A45 Upton Way, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, NN5 6EG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A45 Upton Way, Northampton, is near 78 Derngate and Northampton Museum & Art Gallery.
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      The next chapter in life

      A travel blog entry by travelmonster on Aug 20, 2010

      ... so it has been a bit of a roller coaster ride for him, sometimes full of excitement about our trip and what it will bring, other times worried about what the future will hold when we get back. However, at ALL times he has stood firm on the fact that he wants to go.

      For me ....... I've never been more certain of anything, it's like it's what I am meant to do, it just fits, like a piece in a puzzle and the closer it comes, the more my mind opens up ...

      Family!

      A travel blog entry by bronandjosh09 on Nov 02, 2009

      ... and I were done in and headed to bed for another 12 hour sleep!

      Sunday dawned and was pretty much spent sleeping and catching up on washing - god i am getting sick of the same old clothes i tell you! We went out to dinner and spent the evening watching telly - lock stock and two smoking barrels was on - nice and English!

      So today has been nice and quiet. We went and saw the graves of my grandparents, then for a ...

      David says this should be '2 rants and no funeral'

      A travel blog entry by hdh on Jul 13, 2006

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      ... antique Britain. Salisbury Cathedral was built, stone by intricate stone, by thousands of men toiling for decades - without the help of aliens. To find the cathedral you head for Salisbury town and look for the pointy thing: it's the second highest cathedral in Europe and you can see it for miles before you get to town. After that it gets the usual difficult with the cathedral in a walled close surrounded by a one-way street system. We lunched ...

      An Oxford Tourist Weekend

      A travel blog entry by bebraud on Oct 30, 2005

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      ... of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead from Mrs. Wiley's senior English class:) It was the most professional student play and I was in raptures with it by the end. I had read the play in Dr. Doody's British writers class and it was so much fun to see it on the stage. Today was a bit of a whirlwind; we visited Balliol College, Trinity College, University College, Queen's College, Magdalen (Mawdlin) College, and Merton and the Church of St Mary the Virgin ...