Alpha Milton Guest House

Address: 61-63 Milton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB4 1XA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 61-63 Milton Road, Cambridge, is near Mill Road, Midsummer Common, Jesus College, and Girton College.
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    Travel Blogs from Cambridge

    Jolly Jo and the Joy of Jet lag

    A travel blog entry by nyandbackagain on Dec 01, 2014

    19 photos

    ... with me. The wonderfully weird weather made it very difficult to choose. But the leather jacket was a great choice.
    (4) My new passport case. Not only does it hold my passport, but when I was out at the weekends, I had my passport in my money belt, and I could use it for my cards and money so that it was easily accessible (from the inside pocket of my leather jacket. Go leather jacket!)
    (5) My energizer ...

    Day 67 Cambridge Bound!

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 22, 2014

    15 photos

    ... so much to talk about! So basically we walked around Cambridge, had lunch, went on a punting tour of the university and headed to our Airbnb place. The punting tour was cool and it both made us want to go back to school. I was glad there was no rain and though the skies were gray it was still nice to be there. Punting is so strange - its basically using a very long poll to push a boat down sallow waters. We also ...

    Seals and Ely

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 13, 2014

    7 photos

    ... What a waste.

    Ely Cathedral is built on an island in the fens. It was founded as a monestary in 673 by St Etheldreda, a Saxon princess from East Anglia. Her shrine is in front of the high alter. It was destroyed by the Vikings in 870 and rebuilt by the monks in 1080. It took about 100 years to build. The architecture in the navel is Norman Romanesque. It's my favorite in a cathedral. Simple and elegant. ...

    Cambridge

    A travel blog entry by benbrydie on Mar 04, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Our brollies up, with blankets tucked The college backs, BEHOLD. There were bikes on every corner Tied to fences, locked to trees Leaning up on lamp posts And bike stands if they're free But as for us, per usual We walked our way around Making memories, taking photos And enjoying what we ...

    University and Punting

    A travel blog entry by smittee on Aug 27, 2013

    45 photos

    ... plant collections with beauty and diversity of colours, with ponds, large stepping stones, grounds with lovely landscape, beautiful trees and greenhouses. I liked the tropical rain forests and the orchids. The botanical centre is in centre of Cambridge near Trumping road. There is a café and bathroom facilities here.

    The Kettles Yard

    Kettles Yard is an interesting gallery which was the residence of Jim Ede, an ex-curator of the Tate Museum and his wife ...