Centennial Hotel

Address: 63/71 Hills Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB2 1PG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 63/71 Hills Road, Cambridge, is near Botanic Garden, Scott Polar Research Institute, Homerton College, and Our Lady and the English Martyrs (Roman Catholic).
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      It's been a week - and loving it!!!

      A travel blog entry by megz194 on Jan 09, 2015

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      ... which is a big change but I'm starting to get in the routine and loving it! The kids are so cute and friendly, with two of them drawing Shana and I some pictures to decorate The Lodge with (I've put a photo of one of them!).

      Peterborough is beautiful - the town and country is just incredible. Looking forward to exploring some more this weekend :)

      Until next time!
      Meg xx

      Uk for a day

      A travel blog entry by rosannadotro on Dec 11, 2014

      3 photos

      ... cottages. the office was decorated with Christmas lights and overly friendly British with charming accents. lunch in the cafeteria was the typical meat veggie and potatoes. after a day of meetings and site tours of flavors and frag ing I have one conclusion ... Haverhill staff is extremely proud of their galaxolide production.. kind of refreshing to see such proud ...

      Learning in Cambridge

      A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 25, 2014

      10 photos

      ... the electron here, Whittle developed the jet engine here, Stephen Hawking is still here.

      But I can't visit these events or people.

      Eventually I wandered past the Fitzwilliam Museum, and wandered in to look at the art, sculptures, ceramics (Mum, you would have loved the exhibition on English Ceramics), a few suits of armour, and some old swords. Nice, but ...

      Actually, these are amazing paintings. The sculptures ...


      A travel blog entry by ctolle on May 30, 2014

      9 photos

      ... very seriously. It's a good way to bond with people and to be able to join in on this cultural sport at Wembley was truly incredible.

      It was loud, it was fun, and I wish I could do it again and again. Even if you're not a big sports person like my friend, the enthusiasm in the stadium is worth it in itself.

      Because Peru was a relatively easy team for the English to take on, the whole atmosphere was more around the ...

      The Henrys really got it right in the 1500's

      A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 01, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... character at the station said "oh you can walk into town in about 10 minutes"
      He was wrong cause I was still walking in the rain half an hour later. By the time I reached the Market square I was damp and cold and I saw a pub with a sign for a $10 .Full English Breakfast. I thought bugger it my sandwiches can feed the pigeons, I haven't had bacon and eggs for a while and after a walk ...