Rose Bungalow

68 High Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB21 5JD, United Kingdom | B&B
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CHANGES...ThursdayIf you remember/have time do ema

A travel blog entry by cvc

Sorry about this but circumstances change, so we have to as well...
News from Stansted suggests that queues are longer than usual owing to the checking of machines that is being carried out.
It has been suggested that we may well reap some benefit, re queue-jumping, if we appear to be a school party. The most obvious way of doing this is if you all wear your red t-shirts.
I have ...


A travel blog entry by cvc

Nearly there...

WE MEET AT CVC AT 1.45 - 2.00 ON SUNDAY with our appropriately sized bags!

Alison has emailed all the details to you and I will send an additional copy home when I'm in school tomorrow...

It's the belt and braces approach!

Best wishes,

Chris Ilsley

The last post...210 memories & thank yous

A travel blog entry by 210pairsofpants


... br> Watching the cruise ships leave Sydney harbour and feeling ridiculously pleased I work in travel

Riding a tuk tuk around Bangkok, my bright pink Connies sticking out the side

Catching the commuter ferry from Rose Bay into Circular Quay in Sydney

Watching the kite surfers jump right over the boats in the sea in Bali

Eating liquid nitrogen ice cream on the street in Melbourne

Steve making a beach umbrella out of my brolly, ...

University and Punting

A travel blog entry by smittee


... The architecture is amazing and I really liked the ceiling and the stained glass windows.

Trinity College

Trinity College is the largest college in the university and was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. The great Gate where you enter is older than the college itself. There is 1 fee to enter the college. We walked around the courtyard which has impressive fountain and the beautiful chapel with the statues of Sir Isaac Newton and Lord Tennyson and the organ. ...

Catching Up on Cambridge

A travel blog entry by notallwhowander


... stroll and was, at one point, accompanied by a band performing on a punting boat. My solo adventure ended at Hardy's, a sweets shop in town. I asked for a classic British candy not available in the us and the guy gave me these lemon fizzy candies for free. It was a very bizarre day for me. As a people person I usually really hate being alone, but this was a nice break from people. Plus I loved getting to explore! Yesterday classes started. I had my Sherlock Holmes and ...


This B&B, located on 68 High Street, Cambridge, is near Mill Road, Midsummer Common, Jesus College, and Girton College.
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