The Hardwicke Arms Hotel

Address: 96 Ermine Way, Arrington, Cambridgeshire, England, SG8 0AH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 96 Ermine Way, Arrington, is near Wimpole Hall, Clare Fellows' Gardens, Cambridge Museum of Technology, and Christ's Fellows' Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Arrington

A 33km side trip to Kirtling in the rain with Tim

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 04, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... down by the side of the Freedom Farm Stud and out onto a back lane we know leading down once again to Little Bradley village green. Walking past the stud had reminded me that we are very close here to Newmarket, the home of British flat racing. While my thoughts are elsewhere, Tim suddenly announces there is a small band of light on the far horizon which is a good sign of impending improvement in the weather conditions. I can barely see the distant strip he’s talking of ...

Flamstead Scarecrow Festival

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 16, 2014

18 photos

Today Dave and I went to the annual Flamstead Scarecrow Festival with Emma and Mark.

I've only been there once or twice before, when they first started holding this festival just over a decade ago. They had clearly expanded the whole thing since then; there was a similar amount of scarecrows, but now there was also a group of stalls, live music outside one or two of the pubs, ...

Re-acquaintance with my hometown

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 07, 2014

15 photos

... St Albans was/is a well-known local legend - you used to be able to see him every Saturday at the market, in his black beret, red-and-white checked necktie and blue-and-white striped jumper, singing any song any child or their parent asked him to sing and accompanying himself with his accordion. He'd been busking there for at least thirty years, if not longer. I think Dad said once that he remembered him being there in the 70s! I remember seeing him there, in the same clothes, with ...

A Bank Holiday day out

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on May 23, 2014

8 comments, 38 photos

... my own video of it flying)

Which is a great shame of an aircraft that was so valuable during the war, it was just so versatile

It was actually faster than the Spitfire (well it would be, it had 2 Merlin engines)

The Merlin Engines were fitted to the Spitfire, The Lancaster, The Hurricane, The Mosquito and the P51 Mustang (which really imoproved its peformance)

The Mosquito was made from wood, built ...

Are you ready for this? (Am I ready for this?!)

A travel blog entry by holly.smith on Sep 06, 2013

1 photo

... Maybe I can wind down after all this madness then??

As a signing off gift from blog post #1, I have posted a picture of my luggage - I was only supposed to have the one big ruck sack and one small - oops! Do you think I have enough stuff?? I'm now off to panic pack the rest of my things, gather all my essentials, and finish off my final bits and pieces. I sense a mad day ahead!

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