Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... bags and ran .... following Susan bless her heart I dont know how she knew but up the stairs over the platform down the stairs and around to the train (with lots of other people) we crammed on and found room for our luggage and sat a little spread out just trying to find a seat. We got in about 6;30 and didn't have too far to walk (4blocks) and got to our B&B St Edmonds. Dropped off our heavy luggage and went to find Old Cannononi Brewery. Susan found ...
Firstly...I'm sorry it's not 'Tomorrow's Entry' and it's more of a 'The next day's entry'.
But to be honest, you should be kinda used to my random writing pattern by now!
What a trip that was!!
I am going to give you a brief overview similar to the one I did for EJC, because it is easier to give you points that to try to explain everything!
Here we go! The last 58 days of my life! (As if it's only been 58 days!!) :
... to a girl...not me anyway.
And then I was off to the train station.
I made it to London Bridge station, and asked this guy if I had the right train. He was so nice and was so surprised when he worked out that I was travelling on my own.
"I wish I had a friend like you" is what he said. It was so cute.
And then I was gone.
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 ...
... and the big dipper and so on.Of course after this we got a much needed coffee and the kids much wanted icecream before the climb down the hill. We got to south London on a cruise and got a glimse of the Tower bridge on the way. Ont he south banks we meet Srikanta's friend Shankar and his son Hari. We walked on the south banks which is a feast to the eyes. We saw someone playing very soothing music with glasses ...