Travelodge Cambridge Central
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We had our breakfast at the hotel and Jane picked us up about 9:30 again. We went and picked up Jake who was buying a new cable for their TV. Then we headed back to Toft stopping at Burwash Manor for some groceries. It was an upscale small market that all kinds of interesting products. Jane got meat, bread and other things for supper. When we got …
I was up at 7:30 and Larry at 8:00. We had breakfast in the hotel for 7.50 pounds each. It was okay but not up to the standard on our tour. Jane picked us up at 9:30 and we went to her house in Toft to pick up Jake, her husband. We had a cuppa before we left. We headed toward Bedford and Milton Keynes which eventually got us to Bletchley. Bletchley …
Today we were up about 8:00. Peter made us a breakfast soufflé on toast. He does all his cooking in the microwave and the soufflé was really good. Barbara arrived from Aidan's and soon after Maria, daughter-in-law to Auntie Gemma called to say that Auntie Gemma was not feeling well enough to join us for the reunion. That was disappointing but …
... though! Good job I'm not one to moan.
Then finish packing, check out, leave the cases and head off in the shuttle bus to the centre of town. We so enjoyed the red route yesterday that we were eager to get on with the blue route. The whole idea of course is that you hop off when you get to an interesting stop & then hop back on again and continue. The blue route around Kowloon was so interesting we didn't do any hopping at all, neither on nor off. ...
... s development started in late 1930s, but resumed after World War II. The original tunnel catered for a single lane of traffic in each direction, but rising traffic levels required the second tunnel to be built. The M25 connected to the tunnels at both ends when completed in 1986, and this increased traffic put increased pressure on the tunnels' capacity. A Private Finance Initiative scheme was started in 1988 to build the bridge. ...