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 Our Lady and the English Martyrs (Roman Catholic).
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    Travel Blogs from Cambridge

    Getting into the groove.

    A travel blog entry by cdickson6 on Jun 06, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... the next day. Nottingham was still on the agenda so we duly set the GPS and promptly rode off in the wrong direction. All of the roads in the UK are numbered, M roads are the main highways and are speed limited to 70mph, A roads are limited to 60mph and are mostly dual lane highways and the remaing roads are general country roads and are limited to 50mph in most cases. It is taking some time to become familiar with the UK road system and ...

    Cambridge Day 2

    A travel blog entry by johnhadfield on Apr 27, 2015

    7 photos

    ... discovery of DNA, over there is where Queen someone or other visited centuries ago etc etc.

    Anyway, after a couple of hours walking around we retired to the Eagle for a pub lunch before Sheila had to leave. She was taking the Eurostar to Belgium where she was to present a paper and hopefully be interviewed for an upcoming position.

    It was very generous of Sheila to take a day and a ...

    Seals and Ely

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 13, 2014

    7 photos

    ... swim.

    We hang out along the beach, walk along the coast, poke around small seaside villages and relax for a few days.

    Saturday is another transition day. Its 1 1/2 hours to Ely. Ely was once an island in the Fens. The Fens are a marshy area fed by 3 rivers that run to the sea. Its so flat that they regularly overflow and flood creating marshlands. In the 1600's the fens were drained and kept dry ...

    The last post...210 memories & thank yous

    A travel blog entry by 210pairsofpants on Mar 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... br> Chatting around the boma (campfire) with our fellow volunteers at Shamwari and feeling a bit tipsy

    Steve doing his first 5k run in the gym at our hotel in Bangkok

    Crossing the road in Saigon, holding onto Steve for dear life and praying we'd make it safely to the other side

    Doing an almost 200km detour just to go to Cape Alguhas, the most southerly point in Africa

    Listening to Chris Evans' breakfast show streaming whilst I cooked ...

    University and Punting

    A travel blog entry by smittee on Aug 27, 2013

    45 photos

    ... a boat and do the punting yourself but it is not that easy as it looks as I saw people on a passing boat struggling to keep balance and one girl fell into the river. Best way is to hire a Punter who is skilled in punting and he will be knowledgeable about the history; you can sit back, relax and enjoy floating in water peacefully and let him do the hard work. As it was summer time there were many punts on the crowded river and there can be a traffic jam but a good punter ...