Ravenwood Hall Country Hotel
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... Cambridge bridges (Cam + bridge).
An interesting phenomena we noticed was the high number of Hen Parties that were going on in Cambridge. I'm sure you seen these Hen Parties in movies or have read about them. They are the equivalent to a bachelorette party. The ...
Friday 15th. August
We went on a very interesting tour of the local brewery the Greene King. This is a very large brewery producing an assortment of different ales including Abbott's Ale and Speckled Hen. There was a spectacular view of Bury St. Edmunds from the roof of the building. The tour concluded with a tasting! ...
... walk into Cambridge where we started the day with coffee and croissants. Booked a city walking tour. We ate lunch before we started, at a fabulous restaurant called Bills (fabulous because it was cheap and the food/coffee excellent). The tour was led by an elderly and knowledgeable ex-Cambridge University staffer. If you ever go to Cambridge, do the tour. It was tremendous. The two hours were mainly spent going through Trinity and Kings Colleges.
On our way back to ...
... were built before New Zealand was even discovered. They are so incredibly beautiful and from such different periods, Elizabethan, Georgian, Tudor, Victorian.
We went into the grounds of Trinity College for this very reason, even though some areas were "out of bounds", because the university students were sitting exams.
... I booked my train ticket I requested a seat near the luggage rack, a power point and a seat going forwards. I was given a seat going backwards, no power points and a seat in the middle of the carriage, the furthest possible from the luggage rack. Trainline specify that they will do their best to provide you with your requests however ...