Brooklands Guest House

Address: 95 Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB1 4BS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 95 Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, is near Botanic Garden, Scott Polar Research Institute, Downing College, and Homerton College.
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      Travel Blogs from Cambridge

      Snow has finally arrived!

      A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Feb 03, 2015

      20 photos

      ... then many! I stood transfixed as I always do when snow falls!

      The irony for me is that we had a mini holiday booked and I knew that even though I'd be waking to the wonder of settled snow, I'd have to walk through it and get on a train which would take me away from it!!!! But I enjoyed it while I could. I couldn't sleep much, kept hopping up to look out the window...and woke early to get ready to meander through the villages.

      I can only cross my fingers for more :) ...

      Of Slow Cards, Green Trees and Academic Things

      A travel blog entry by w14 on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... probably. Cambridge was named after the first iron bridge built around 11th century across the River Cam… hence Cam..Bridge or Cambridge.

      An incredible number of famous scholars went to Cambridge; Issac Newton, Christopher Wren (wrote Winnie the Poo, the original copy of which is still in the library of Kings College (I think it is Kings anyway), Hugh Laurie (Dr House), James Mason (failed Cambridge), Stephen Fry, John Cleese, Charles ...

      The Henrys really got it right in the 1500's

      A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 01, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      As you will see from my photos, Thursday was a cold and wet day in my part of England.
      A bit of rain never stopped an intrepid traveller, so I headed out at 9am for a daytrip to Cambridge to see what I could see. Lorren helped me book the train tickets the night before and so all I had to do was be in time for the train and change trains half way there. By 11am I had arrived in Cambridge, and ...

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

      A travel blog entry by jsalon on Mar 24, 2014

      34 photos

      Arrived at Liverpool street station - well before departure. It was near re-living the times when we boarded trains when Sheryl was living in Nurenberg. Trains in Germany were always on time but it seems like here The British have it pretty well organized too. Wore the layers of clothing the Brits seems to wear and I was sweating on the subway. Had to take it off but I like the clothes I bought. It seems cheap in terms of pounds but then again I could have bought ...

      Trip to Cambridge

      A travel blog entry by b.jochheim on Nov 09, 2013

      81 photos

      ... the University of Cambridge. The University is the 2nd oldest in the English speaking world and is a collegiate university, which means it is made up of 31 different colleges and 6 academies. Therefore there is no main campus, as the university buildings take up most of the town. They are ancient and look really beautiful. Would've been really cool to spend a semester there, as I could have done Biology and they have a University museum of Zoology, but I'm enjoying Lincoln a lot. However ...