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Travel Blogs from Cambridge
After over a year working in Cambridge I feel I have done my time and today marks my last day of work in this city. As a tribute to my time here I thought it would only be right to share with you my views on the variety of accommodation that I have experienced during the last year or so.
Deep breath, here goes:
Menzies Cambridge …
... walked to the cathedral before needing to get back and pick up our luggage that we left at a drop off spot. 5 bucks a bag. We got on train #2 and that was about an hour ride and got on train #3 (mind you we have to carry out luggage off and on and up and down stairs to different platforms). The countryside is beautiful and really reminds me of Oregon, getting off #3 we had like 5 minutes to get our train to Bury St Edmonds, that was at Cambridge, we grabbed ...
... smile and a hug as soon as I walked in. They didn't even know my name!
-I went 4 hours early to see some friends in the North of Denmark, so I could surprise Jakob, the youngest kid in the family. It was great to see them again!!!!
-4 months after farewelling my Danish neighbours in Australia, I finally get to see them all again AND I get to meet Anne Mette the eldest sibling that never came to Australia.
-With my Danish family, we made for ...
Ahh, I'm back!
Back to my little room in England :)
But today was interesting.
I stayed at a friends house last night in London, and when I woke up late this morning...I needed to contact a couple people.
But given I have been on the road 2 months, I have no credit.
So Alex told me to 'go crazy' texting.
Not the smartest thing ...
Thought for a second of cheating and claiming a post from Amsterdam but no - rules is rules! We're back and in one piece after - a tram to Centraal Station, Train to Brussels, Train to St Pancreas, Train to Cambridge, Bus to Sawston.
We actually managed to time our trip to Amsterdam rather better than we tend to as it was Heritage Weekend which meant free ...