Harry's Bed and Breakfast

Address: 39 Milton Rd., Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB4 1XA, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 39 Milton Rd., Cambridge, is near Mill Road, Midsummer Common, Jesus College, and Girton College.
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      Jolly Jo and the Joy of Jet lag

      A travel blog entry by nyandbackagain on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... were walking back afterwards when he said "I didn't get nervous" and continued "I just imagined granddad naked"! We were then informed by Matt that they were taught to imagine people in their underwear to get rid of the nerves. Max then said "I imagined granddad wearing boxers made out of real holly". So yes, it just kept getting better!

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      Day 67 Cambridge Bound!

      A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 22, 2014

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      ... and she also caught me up with the play she watched and work. It was so nice to get to spend this time with Jen! She is one of my favorite people and feels like family to me! We also have similar life experiences in that she grew up in Chicago close to where I did and both studied in Manchester. Lastly, we both worked at the same company for a few years in London. I am so glad I met her and that we are able ...

      London, computers and shipping

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... opening or harming the mummies. They have one of the best Egyptian exhibits outside of Egypt. We see the Rosetta stone which was used to first translate hieroglyphics, panels from the Parthenon, huge Assyrian stone carvings, and a statue from Easter Island. It is somewhat sad these things are not in their countries of origin but at the time no one wanted them but the British so really they probably would not ...

      DAY 3: On the train to Cambridge to visit Lyra.

      A travel blog entry by jsalon on Mar 24, 2014

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      ... where I meet up with my small group (Bible Study group). The Spencers were in my small group back in Miami, and last June I knew that Aaron's employer, UPS, had relocated him to London. They were not to leave until September 2013. Of course, Lyra and the Spencers, and then I come to find out that LJ (who is also in London) - were the reasons why I decided to go and splurge on this solo trip - this January 2014.

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      Stroll around Cambridge's colleges

      A travel blog entry by beoms on Aug 14, 2013

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      ... a au lieu de la flopée de touristes chinois on aurait vu les étudiants. Je suis sûre que cela aurait été bien plus drôle. Enfin, bref, les bâtiments restent les mêmes et il faut reconnaître qu'ils sont tous plus grandioses les uns que les autres. Et la plupart sont réputés ou alors je ne les connais que parce que j'ai passé trop de temps devant Université Challenge (une sorte de question pour un champion entre universités anglaises).

      On a visité la bibliothèque Wren ...