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I was losing hope of seeing snow this season. I longed for the big fluffy white flakes and the corn flour crunch under foot. There is something about snow that make my heart flutter, and no matter the scene, it transforms it into something magical. We had a little hail/sleet/snow flurry about a week ago which I adored....then last night as I walked past our hall window something magical caught my eye. The familiar topsy turvy decent of snow flakes, real, proper, big fluffy ones - just ...
Hey hey! Weirdly, it has been a month since I boarded that plane and embarked on this adventure ✈
So this week I had the joy of discovering daytime tv, seeing as I spent the week in bed with the flu... :( really not my week, but I've recovered fully and am well-rested. Thank goodness the Australian Open was on TV - though I was very disappointed in Federer for not going to the end...
We decided to stay in this weekend due to ...
... and a big stick for the beach in Exmouth
Cursing all the damn hills around Bondi and Dover Heights
Going to yoga and growing to love it
Going out on a night drive at Shamwari and spotting the cheetahs out hunting, and the hippos too
Sneakily spending a day by the pool at a certain 5* Camps Bay hotel even though we weren't guests
Having dinner at the Barbecue Garden restaurant in Saigon and needing help to know what to do
... the stop. We got off at the next stop, west side of the town, faraway from tourist areas. This is not bad, as we had lunch in a student diner. Strange food, certainly not delicious, but at least healthy with vegetables and whole-grain bread.
The walk around Cambridge was interesting; we actually only visited Charity shops, used goods. Antiques, old stuffs, that's what I was looking for in an old town! But nothing found. The streets were ...
... friends really enjoyed the museum and I would recommend this to any visitor to Cambridge for the wonderful example of British collections. If you need refreshments there is café and shop. The entry to the museum is free but there is a donation box just before you leave, which goes to maintaining the beautiful Artefacts.
We then strolled to the Market square which has open air stalls of flowers, fruit, clothes, sweets, records, souvenirs and arts & crafts, old bric ...
Other places to stay in Cambridge
20 Downing Street, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $202
- Excellent Hotel
- Another mediocre experience
- Consistently very good
Lakeview Bridge Road, Cambridge | 2 star hotelfrom $133
- Good Holiday Inn
- Very good hotel with excellent service
- Clean, modern, spacious and functional.
Granta Place, Mill Lane, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $247
- This never happens!!
- Very good, but book ahead
- A very pleasant stay
Regent Street, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $182
- Great location, comfortable room, needs redecoration with taste!
- Needs TLC
15 - 17 Coldham Business Park, Cambridge | 2 star hotelfrom $117
Gonville Place, Cambridge | 3 star hotelfrom $223
Trumpington Street, Cambridge | 3 star hotelfrom $163
Chesterton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $194
- Enjoyable weekend
- Nice hotel in a lovely city!
Whitehouse Lane, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $190
- Pricey...but worth it!
- Only suitable for business clients
Cambridge Leisure Park, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $90
Cambridge Services, A14-Junction 28, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $78
Ring Fort Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $120
Trumpington Street, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $287
156 Chesterton Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $84
196 Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $186
63/71 Hills Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $184
41 Regent Street, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $182
Station Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $95
A11/A1307 Fourwentways, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $80
53 Lensfield Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $165
167 - 169 Hills Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $141
74 Chesterton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $127
365 Milton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $149
627-631 Newmarket Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $81
144 - 146 Tenison Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $131