The George Hotel & Brasserie

Address: High St, Buckden, Cambridgeshire, England, PE19 5XA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on High St, Buckden, is near The Hemingford Grey Manor House.
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      Snow has finally arrived!

      A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Feb 03, 2015

      20 photos

      ... then many! I stood transfixed as I always do when snow falls!

      The irony for me is that we had a mini holiday booked and I knew that even though I'd be waking to the wonder of settled snow, I'd have to walk through it and get on a train which would take me away from it!!!! But I enjoyed it while I could. I couldn't sleep much, kept hopping up to look out the window...and woke early to get ready to meander through the villages.

      I can only cross my fingers for more :) ...

      Hello World

      A travel blog entry by don.vince on Jan 23, 2015

      ... bestest project I've ever delivered at work, I figured it’s the right time to rectify that. The kind people at work agreed to me taking three months off. My incredible partner Martina has agreed to babysit me. And so the adventure begins.

      Years ago, my buddy Al told me contrasting stories: he juxtaposed a trip we’d made to Los Angeles which he now recalls as a bit of a dream; with a subsequent trip he made ...

      A day trip on the train for lunch with Michael

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 02, 2014

      5 comments, 16 photos

      ... has a fascinating history. The hill-top is crowned by two circular banks with a ditch between them, the Wandlebury Ring. They enclose a space of about 1000 feet (6 acres) in diameter, and are the remains of a fortification that dates back to the fifth century BC: an Iron Age hillfort......... This display of earthmoving and enclosure signified both a centralised control of local human resources, and a powerful stronghold following a tradition widely seen across ...

      Bletchley Park, Part 2

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Sep 24, 2014

      13 photos

      Next we'll look at the very unprepossessing machine the German's concocted and the machine the British used to break it. And then the emphasis on 12,000 people keeping it all quiet.

      This is the four-dial Enigma machine. Initially, the model designed and built by a German industrialist was a three-dial model and the one used by the German war machine. Each dial could be set to any one of 26 settings. This four ...

      Cambridge to London: completing the circle

      A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 02, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... be dead by 23! He is still an Emeritus Professor though. Of course he never goes in to work. It is too difficult. There is now a new Lucasian Professor, and I think he might have just retired too. My taxi driver was a jolly chap. I was glad of that. If I had found myself with a grumpy one we would not have had the adventure and the fun we did on our little excursion. I told him I wanted to go to Wilberforce Rd and he automatically knew that I was to go to the Isaac ...