Travelodge Cambridge Central
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Cambridge is one great example of architectural history after another. 800 years all within walking distance of each other.
Late morning. We walked around looking at the town and for a place to eat until G got so hungry that he bolted for the first Anatolian restaurant he came across. Had a nice meal. Went back to rest for a bit before G checked into the Porter's house at Churchill. Nice student accommodations, more roomy than ...
... is chain of pubs all over the UK. They seem to have their pubs located in old buildings that wouldn’t have any other use. The one in Cambridge seemed to be inside and old cinema foyer. I’ve seen ones located inside old courthouses too. Anyway, this chain of pubs has really cheap beer, and really cheap food. You can get a burger, chips and a pint for £4.85 any time and any day of the ...
... the family books, entertainment units and liquor cabinets…all within reach of grubby coach tour passenger hands.
We had hot drinks in the attached café and caught the shuttle van back to the car.
We continued south, via the M1 at one stage, until we crossed on to the A10 and back to Stansted Abbots in time for a snack dinner. I was pooped and retired early, as did the rest of the household ...
... you just have to convey the information effectively. People are naturally attracted to good, clear sources of information. Bingo. I was also struck by the unignorable hugeness of Cambridge's math(s) department. It's surprisingly large, both physically and by student enrollment. MIT's math department is roughly two hallways in a building otherwise swallowed whole by experimental chemists. To foster a social atmosphere, the MIT math department ...
... South East Asia, hopefully doing some teaching or charity work in Cambodia, Laos or Vietnam - Vietnam is top of the list at the moment. We'll then get to Hong-Kong and we'll fly from there to Delhi, where we'll visit the usual places in Rajasthan. And then back to Europe, where we'll get back to a more settled life on the barge that we have bought in the South of ...