Premier Inn Cambridge - A14 J32

Address: Ring Fort Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, CB4 2GW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ring Fort Road, Cambridge, is near Milton Country Park, Churchill College, Fitzwilliam College, and Girton College.
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    Travel Blogs from Cambridge

    Hemingford Regatta

    A travel blog entry by clarecy on Jul 11, 2015

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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.

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    Made it to Bedford

    A travel blog entry by clarecy on Jun 28, 2015

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    ... It's never boring on the boat and plans don't always work out, especially it seems with electrified guillotine locks on the River Great Ouse. They are notorious for breaking down and we seem to be in the wrong place and the right time. St Neots lock this time, so on the hottest day of the year, 38 degrees inside the boat, we are stuck in St Neots town centre for a couple of days, ...

    A Walk About Cambridge

    A travel blog entry by barbeisele on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... past the various colleges (Kings College, St. John's, Trinity College), crossed the River Cam on one of several bridges (Cam-bridge), heard the story of the pub where the discovery of DNA was discussed and where the RAF hung out during WW II, and had afternoon tea in a tea shop. A tasty assortment of Indian food, of which trooper Josh tried a little of everything, brought another full day to an ...

    Long Live Doxbridge

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 15, 2014

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    ... the station we walked along a pedestrian path that took us through a field filled with cows. Little did I know I was about to have my second bovine related near-death experience of my year abroad. One of the cows was standing leisurely by the side of the path, chewing some grass. She seemed nice enough, and let several groups pass by her unmolested. But as we approached, a quick look down told us that it was a bull, not a cow, and he didn't seem to ...

    Food!

    A travel blog entry by ctolle on Mar 26, 2014

    ... it's nice to try some of the cuisine here, especially the things the UK is really known for.

    However, the greatest thing that the UK is their delivery system. The UK definitely fits the stereotype of being more reserved than the US. There's not much small talk that goes on in interactions like buying something for the store or just chatting in line (sorry, I should say queue) for something. While this means that I do tend to confuse people when I ask how their ...