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


      ... on taking her GHD hair straighteners with her. They will come in very handy when we are staying in a mud hut with no power on an island in the middle of a lake. Lisa has decided to swan off with the gewls to Corfu for a week and will just botch it all together at the last minute. Whatever we don't have I'm sure we can buy.

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      On other holidays I have been on in the past I have been with my friend Al Smith. He ...

      Day Tour of Luton Airport

      A travel blog entry by tissnseven on Mar 13, 2009

      ... the familiar RER B into Paris centre and to my friends house. She wouldnt be there for another hour so I walked 2 minutes down the road to the eiffel tower where I proceeded to take over 70 photos to ammuse myself! 8pm till 10pm, my friend and I watched Meet the Parents and she made me a yummy dinner of sausage and spagetti. Although I couldnt remember the last time I was that tired, we went out dancing! Bruno, Catherines friend, came aswell and we met a german ...

      Dame Judi was here!

      A travel blog entry by gayley on Jun 12, 2006

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      ... That last part of the story really appeals to me, maybe that's why I like WS so much. Charlecote itself is famous because Dame Judi Dench was born there. I can't help but think the close proximity to Stratford (about 15 minutes by car) had some influence on her choice of career. Both her father and grandfather worked at Charlecote Park. The library very proudly boasts a second edition of the first folio of Shakespeare's ...

      Chris Patten lecture

      A travel blog entry by bebraud on Oct 26, 2005

      ... I had to borrow an academic gown just to attend! It was standing room only without a reservation, and the place was packed. It was a talk on China's economy and future. Lord Patten gave such an interesting talk; it was hosted by the Asia-Pacific Society and almost everyone in the room was Chinese, and when they opened it up for questions it was clear how much he means to a lot of people. He is a ...