Holiday Inn Express Cambridge
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We are now moored up in Hemingford Grey where we used to live, ready for the Regatta later today. It is the oldest village regatta in the country and only residents of Hemingford Grey and Hemingford Abbots can take part in the rowing, canoeing or punt races. There are 170 - 180 races planned for all ages from 7 to 70, so it should be a great day, especially as the weather is playing it's part as well.
... weekend. So if you can imagine, there were tons of people walking around in their gowns, looking all sharp, or "smart", to be real English about it.
This aside, food was on the mind. After parking the car we turned a corner and saw a beautiful sign and followed our nose into "Byron - Proper Hamburger" - when in Cambridge, amiright? Both starving, we ordered tortilla chips and guac, a salad for me (we were there to shop for a wedding we are going to ...
Each year the Tour de France committee appoints one country to host the first three stages of the race. England was chosen this year and Cambridge held one of the stages! We had just returned from Scotland in time to stand in place to see the parade and riders roll past.
Matthew picked a spot for us near the turn so we could see the racers twice, once on each side of a hairpin turn. ...
Feeling sick on the ferry boat across the river to Asiatique in Bangkok
Getting upgraded to an ensuite pitch at Huskisson Beach campsite, our own shower and toilet!
Seeing the penguins on Boulders Beach
Climbing all the way to the lighthouse at Cape Point and getting our photo at the most south-westerly point in Africa
Taking Daisy the dog for walkies whilst we dog-sat for Maureen and Brian
Treating ourselves to ...
... The architecture is amazing and I really liked the ceiling and the stained glass windows.
Trinity College is the largest college in the university and was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. The great Gate where you enter is older than the college itself. There is £1 fee to enter the college. We walked around the courtyard which has impressive fountain and the beautiful chapel with the statues of Sir Isaac Newton and Lord Tennyson and the organ. ...