Days Inn Cambridge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Cambridge Boxworth
In a land of Bed and Breakfasts and quaint pubs, we spent our first night at the Days Inn outside of Cambridge. It was as one would expect, and was neither more nor less. Well, maybe a bit less. The staff was awesome, the room had walls and the musky smell was...historic. It was an excellent place to stop considering our fatigue. Oh, and they didn't charge us for the third person, so that was a huge positive.
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... Pub to rest and refresh. There are those moments when it's a bit overwhelming to consider your surroundings. Cambridge is the second oldest English speaking university and the fourth oldest university in the world. The likes of Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawking, Oliver Cromwell, William Wordsworth, Jane Goodall, ...
... then many! I stood transfixed as I always do when snow falls!
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... the edge of the canal too, and I had my first apply cider. I didn't think I would like it, but it was really refreshing. Not the best idea to drink on an empty stomach at 11am, but worth it anyway!
We sat and had lunch (in the car, because it was chilly out) by another canal. Cheese and bread have never tasted so good...I mean it! It was lovely...not sure why because, well...it was cheese. and. bread.
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