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Number of bottles of beer (probably a reason for last stat): approx 550
Number of bowls of noodles: approx 180
Number of sick days: NONE
(On request) Number of temper tantrums: None
Number of times lost: NONE
So, there we go with the stats. All in all a great trip and has given us plenty of ideas for other trips we may do so watch this space. Thanks for all your support and reading the blogs throughout, we hope you have enjoyed it.
... never again! However if you literally want a place to lay your head whilst working nearby - it's acceptable to be stuck in this place in a single bed for just one night :(.
Home from Home (website)
The picture on the website could be considered misleading, although this is what Cambridge looks like rather than the B&B. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful and the rooms ...
... hook ups. Facilities on this park include modern toilets/showers, laundry, washing up sinks, outdoor play area and facilities for the disabled. A short walk from the site you will find a gift shop, supermarket, pub, restaurant, fish and chip shop and takeaway. Dogs are allowed on this vw campervan site but not in the zoo or holiday ...
... happened to your last target?' but it seems that Dolly was made of sterner stuff.)
She was obviously some gal, and flew with the Red Devils display team just a few years before her death at the age of 96.
There was an exciting new building full of American exhibits, which looked as if it had been built around the B52 bomber, the wings of which went from one side of the hangar to the other. Immense and imposing, it ...
... must be a fantastic sight.
It was a very cold day and the hangars colossal and extremely chilly.
Most of the group were recovering in the cafe clustered round hot mugs of coffee.
We joined them, before heading off towards Cambridge for the third excitement of the day.
The Cambridge Museum of Technology.
The museum is based in a Victorian sewage pumping station which ceased pumping in 1968.
It is only open on Sundays and ...