Whittlebury Hall

Whittlebury, Towcester, Northamptonshire, England, NN12 8QH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Whittlebury, Towcester, is near Stowe Landscape Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Towcester

    It's an Enigma

    A travel blog entry by julianfarr on Aug 05, 2014

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    Leaving Dover at 9am, we struggled through the English traffic to Milton Keynes, and Bletchley Park.

    A lot of work has gone into making this a worthwhile place to visit, and on the whole it works. The kids found the multimedia guides interesting, and there were enough interactive exhibits (even if some of them didn't entirely work) to keep them interested.

    Lunch, and off home!

    All the animals seem well, phew.
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    Not a second to spare, some you win others not so

    A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 29, 2014

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    Firstly, only fair full disclosure is maintained. Sure the blame spills mainly my way but as you need to appreciate, the travellers (and hosts) also have a finger in the pie as well. The ease in which days roll into each other has the effect that you really have not a great care as to what the actual day is, just holiday is generally good enough. Debra and I have been corresponding and planning out the early stages of our last stages, I in turn read out the emails and keep the others ...

    Wales - rain and shine, let the boating begin

    A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... add in boats coming in the opposite direction, bends, narrow bridges to get through plus we started out in not the greatest of weather. We encountered our two locks after only a few hours, Kim did the first one and I did the second. Something that is well worth the tense moments plus I had an audience of onlookers. Cruised for the rest of the afternoon stopping off at a few pubs on the way. Arrived at the Poachers Pocket ...

    Medicinal plants and a cabinet of curiosities

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 29, 2013

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    ... Ornaments made of Teeth, Claws, Quills and Bone," "Trade Beads," "Dolls and Puppets"... and that is just a tiny selection of what I can remember.

    There was an exhibition in a modern annexe, laid out in a much more open, modern style, displaying some Blackfoot Indian "shirts" (more a sort of robe thing) which were apparently made for a young man by his mother or some other significant woman in his life, and decorated over his lifetime ...

    Welcome to Oxford!

    A travel blog entry by andrea007 on Jun 23, 2013

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    ... campus led by Jack. We got to see the two cats that are very well known on campus (they just run around and people pet them in the streets). We also saw the many different places like the Bridge of Sighs (Jack said he didn't know why it was called that but it is a terrible name for a bridge). He gave us more of a social explaination rather than academic. He explained that he was a ...