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Mersey River Explorer Cruise from Liverpool
"Whether you’re looking for a relaxing way to see Liverpool or you want a full day of family-friendly attractions the Mersey River Explorer Cruise with optional upgrades is your ticket to Liverpool fun. The standard Mersey River Explorer Cruise lasts a leisurely 50-minutes with scheduled stops at Seacombe and Birkenhead Woodside ports. Enjoy the cruise as a hop-on hop-off tour to see what interests you most - simply hop off when you want and re-board the boat when you're ready to continue to the next stop.While taking in views of Liverpool's riverside architecture and wildlife you can listen to entertaining audio commentary about the River Mersey's fascinating maritime history. Hear tales of smuggling music and war - three diverse influences that have touched this friendly city over the years and given it a unique charm.Make a full day of it by upgrading your hop-on hop-off cruise to include tickets to the Spaceport attraction at Seacombe. Thi interactive exhibits and audio-visual experiences. Highlights include a ""Wallace and Gromit in Space"" feature - a themed display that showcases the popular main characters from the British animated short films. Alternatively
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Stately Homes and Gardens of England Black Taxi Tour from London
"Start your day being collected from your central London hotel in your own private iconic London taxi. Leaving London head out to the first major stop- Bowood House.Bowood House sits within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland a than at Bowood? Deemed to be one of the finest examples in the country with a flowing mix of plantations and sweeping lawns leading down to a winding mile-long lake. The Bowood landscape has an exceptionally interesting history which will be revealed in which will be displayed in The Orangery of Bowood House. You will explore not only the house but the gardens. See the gardens ablaze with colour from abundant rhododendrons azaleas and marigolds a spectacle not to be missed. Wander the house and view the rooms and wonderful historical memorabilia . The house is a mix of Georgian Architecture and historical treasures such as Queen Victoria's wedding chair and Napoleon's death mask plus a host of other fascinating historical features. Leaving Bowood behind you can now choose your second half of the day. Choose from a visit to one of the following: Blenheim Pal Greys Court
From GBP699.00
 
Private Transfer: London to Oxford Bicester Village for Shopping for Up to 4 Passengers
"Enjoy a private chauffeur driven transfer from central London to Bicester Village in Oxford. The vehicles are 5 years or newer clean modern and fitted with the latest satellite Navigation system. Use this service to arrive at Bicester Village Oxford in your own time and spend a nice day out within the village while enjoying visiting all kinds of shops and eateries.Do not forget your passport to claim tax return. By claiming your tax return at the village you will have one less thing to worry at the Airport when you depart United Kingdom. Pick up from following post codes only for this private transfer:E1 EC1 EC2
From GBP134.00

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Town Centre - Downtown

Northampton has a pleasant mix of architectural styles although, of course, nothing much from before the great fire of 1675. I especially like the yellow/orange local stone which really does glow in...
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Foxton Locks

I think a must visit is to Foxton Locks, a beautiful area near Market Harborough. It's a series of canal locks built 200 years ago that raise or lower narrow boats an amazing 75 feet over a very short...
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Guildhall

The Neo Gothic style Guildhall in Northampton is located in St Giles Square just off the main pedestrianised shopping area. Build between 1861 and 1864 from a design by the young Bristol Architect...
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St Dionysus' Church

St Dionysius church towers over the main street of Market Harborough. Its huge, elegant steeple is 154 feet high and considered to be one of the finest in England. Although the church is quite old...
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All Saints Church

There's been a church on this spot for the past 1000 years, but the one you see now only came into existence after the great fire of 1675. The church which stood at that time was almost totally...
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Old Grammar School

The 'Old Grammar School' building is a bit of an icon in Market Harborough. It originally dates from 1614 and was funded by one Robert Smyth who had somehow worked his way up from being a poor Market...
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Holy Sepulchre - Church

Many very early Christian churches were round with a central altar, following the plan of the church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. England has very few round churches remaining (just 9) and the...
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Northampton Museum and Art Gallery

OK, so it's an old joke, but the town of Northampton is synonomous with the trades of leatherworking and shoemaking, and a good proportion of the interesting museum is reflected in this. There is a...
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Abington Park

Abington Park has had a long and interesting history. The village of Abington was originally mentioned in the Domesday book. When the manor house was expanded in the 17th century the area was enclosed...
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Northampton Castle

Northampton's very extensive Norman castle was a majorly important castle. Medieval kings held their parliaments there and it was the site of the trial of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury...
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Market

Northampton received its first Market Charter in 1189 allowing it to charge tolls and prohibit rival markets. The present market dates from 1235 when the previous market was banned from All Saints...
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St Peter's Church

St Peter's really is a stunning Norman (1100s) church, a wonderful example of the Romanesque style. It is 'the most outstanding Norman church in the country'. St Peter's is no longer used as a place...
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Roadmender

Wnet along to watch an old favourite of mine, Julian Cope. An entertaining night and good to see him perform again, maybe ten years since I last saw him. Roadmender has a busy schedule and is a good...
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Shipmans - CLOSED

...then Shipmans, in the town centre, is as pleasant a little pub as you'll find! This certainly is an individual establishment with a tiny front lounge and an only slightly larger rear one connected...
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