Royal Cambridge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... but I’m not buying it.
Kay took us into Cambridge for a look around. First stop was John Lewis, which is a chain of department stores very much like Macy’s. Kay worked in their admin offices for years before she retired. The store is right in the center of the old city, so it was convenient for us to see some of the oldest part of the town – ...
... where there is a cathedral and an amazing one at that. Dates back to 600 odd AD and has the most incredible stained glass windows. You really have to wonder at the feet that trod the entry over the millennia.
Ely is also the home town where Oliver Cromwell grew up; so we went through his house – very interesting. For someone who basically ended the power of the monarchy in Briton, he had humble beginnings. Look him up guys if you don’t know him. ...
... much to our own, I have come to the conclusion that when we haven't been out drinking, we are generally a courteous bunch! Unlike some other countries, we open doors for one another; let the ladies go first; don't spit or clear our throats in public; queue politely and, as a nation, we are fairly quiet and respectful of other peoples' personal space (as a huge generalisation!). However, we suffer from a real island mentality; lock up our spirits far too much (we really would ...
... on a beautiful day. So much history here - that it was hard to take it all in. My British history is bit limited but famous names like Oliver Cromwell, Christopher Wren, Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawkings, Prince Charles, Watson and Crick, and John Harvard - of Harvard University. He left some good money with the university. If I stayed here a week, I don't think I could absorb all the history that is here within this area. One interesting thing though is that ...
... the motor way, god I'm starting to talk like a Brit, help. Getting to the collage where I will be staying in a room with a student for the next three night, this should be fun. Meeting my room mate Kate, she seems nice. Just relaxing the afternoon in the collage bar talking with Kate, and a few of her ...