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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    Plan? What Plan?

    A travel blog entry by penguinsandfog on Apr 21, 2010


    ... one of my flatmates at University and we developed a bit of a reputation for breaking things and gnarlsing things up. We went a on a cycling trip a few years back and within the first half and hour of arriving we had broken the bike pump and delfated our tyres. That is known as an A team special. I'm sure there will be plenty of these on the trip as well.


    You can never be too careful. That's what Nurse Amy ...

    Event no.29. Tring2Town

    A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Feb 01, 2009

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    ... wise with the MDS in 8 weeks. I laughed when the next lot of people arrived as they showed their numbers. I hadn't had to as Gary recognised me, the trouble maker! I continued to plod. I ran with Matt who is also doing the MDS. He was doing run 5, walk 5 minutes. It was too slow for me so I didn't stay with him for long. Another guy caught up with me after check point 2 and stayed until the end. He was happy to do the run 9, walk 1 until we got to check point ...

    Make it So! (Patrick Stewart Alert)

    A travel blog entry by gayley on Jun 10, 2006

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    ... and stress.) Speaking of London, I was there Thursday, as I may have mentioned, to see a production of "Coriolanus" at the Globe. (Yes, it is a Shakespeare play but an obscure one. For good reason. It was awful. But the setting was great.) Anyway, 27 degrees in London was OK - a bit humid but nice. But the tube!!!!! Cor...that would have been 38 at least. And I had quite a long trip from Blackfriars to Marylebone (changing at Paddington.) To top it off the escalator from ...

    Week 1 at Oxford

    A travel blog entry by bebraud on Oct 16, 2005

    I am having the best time so far at St. Anne's. Oxford is on one hand the quintessential college town, and yet it has its own quirks. To begin with, the "campus" goes on throughout the entire city. This means that it can take 30 minutes or more just to walk from my college to the English faculty library, where our lectures are held. This is very different from Rice, where I can walk to the main library in about two minutes! Luckily, my college is right on Woodstock Road, which ...