Travelodge Peterborough Central Hotel
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The bed was just awful. Def need to be replaced. Bathroom was good size as was the room, but very tired and in need of an update.
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... every corner and down every street, I came across college after college - Christ's College, Churchill, Clare, Darwin, Downing, King's, just to name a few. I learned that there are 31 colleges that make up Cambridge University. As you walk through the center of the city, you see the entrances to these stunning ...
Darryn and I went and played tennis on the Clare College grass courts. They hadn't been mowed in a while so the bounce was very unpredictable but still cool to play on grass. Had lunch with Olly down by the river watching all the punters go past. Heard lots of facts about Cambridge from the guides. Olly managed to get us into the Kings College church for free. Went and had some beers at Olly's bar in the ...
The morning was a little slow as we'd had a late night, we finished clearing up after the party and ambled. We then went to Baston in the Blitz, a re-enactment of the World World II days in the 1940.
BASTON IN THE BLITZ
A Fantastic Day Out for All the Family! Event officially opened by Prime Minister Winston Churchill Entertainment throughout the day by the fabulous Miss Lola Lamour, the inimitable George Formby & ...
... did a little visiting in Peterborough and then took it easy for the rest of the day after getting over my initial frustration.
It was also the first night staying in an actual hotel, which was a nice change of pace. I got to catch the Holland vs Brazil Fifa game for 3rd place and relax in my room.
Kirsten has let it be known that she had a surprise Christmas present for us today.
She left for work before we got up, so we got ready on our own and then walked to a café (Tattie's) across the street from the grand entrance to Trinity College to join her for lunch. After lunch Kirsten took us on a brief tour of Trinity and then led us into the library and up to the Wren Library, which has Trinity’s most ...