Travel Plaza Market Harborough Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... quite nice on sunny days! We have even taken off our jackets some days!
Milking starts at 2.30pm and finishes around 5.30. We don’t have to wipe the teats which makes it much more enjoyable! Hannah comes in and helps Fraser milk till she does the calves at 4. We usually get in between 5.30 and 6.30pm.
Digital dermatitis is a bit of a problem so the cows go through a foot bath each day with acids etc and today we had to wash each cows foot – ...
... the Music Festival Awards Ceremony that night - in which I was quite heavily involved. I helped a lot, played in the orchestras, and actually quite enjoyed myself :)
On the Friday just gone, the school held and 'Appeals Day', in which all the students, with their form group, ran an activity or stall in order to raise money for charity. Wearing free dress and carrying many pound coins, we all spent the day eating junk ...
Captain's Log - Day 4
* Left Spurfoot Bridge
* Lots of Locks and arrived at Napton Locks.
* Filled up water tank.
* Walked into town and found the Kings Head where we had lunch.
* Left Napton Locks.
* Stopped at Calcutt Marina (outside) for the night. (Also had the chance to do two double locks with another boat at the same time).
Both days were more laid back and relaxed than the previous days. On the first day, I went out with my cousins, Sara and Shane, and Aunt Donna. We headed out to the village of Stamford. They told me this is one of the oldest villages in the area and it became apparent that was true within 30 seconds of entering the village. Its outside of all the building near the village center have the typical old english village ...
Woke up today at around 930 am. Ate breakfast with my grandparents and Aunt Donna and set out on the day's adventure with them.
We started out by going to the neighboring village of Rothwell. At this point every village we had driven through looked about the same, old brick building, church in the middle, and crammed with small hatchback cars. But apparently, Rothwell has some of the oldest buildings in the area.
From Rothwell we headed to a memorial which remembers ...