The Old Bridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews The Old Bridge Huntingdon
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... and were in fantastic condition. They were all of similar pre 1800's construction however were obviously extremely well maintained given their heritage listing. We managed to find a park for the bike and located a lovely cafe nearby where I dutifully ordered a fruit scone and coffee. I don't recall what Marg ordered as I was completely focused on the warm glow and sweet smell of the scone. After devouring the scone ensuring no crumb was left uneaten ...
... VW lapped up the pace. We located the Travelodge in Ipswich, Had a quick bite in the dining room and duly crashed into bed happy in the knowledge we had finally arrived to begin our adventure. The next morning after a hearty breakfast we checked out and travelled to Amorex at Felixstowe to collect our bike. The big Tiger was sitting in the warehouse waiting for life to be breathed into it after its journey from Australia. After reconnecting the battery Marg and I ...
... 11th century motte and castle. This is thought have belonged to Odo, Bishop of Bayeux, which was the half brother to William the Conqueror. What is left is some steps. A huge grassy mound surrounds the castle remains. This gives you an idea how big the castle and it's grounds were. I have noticed while we were driving there are lots of stone walls. Some you can see over and others you can't. You will be driving and all of a sudden you see a gate. If you see a ...
... to get a map and some directions, which while being perfectly fine be the hotel concierge, was a thoroughly unpleasant experience for me. So the lesson here is, as a wise woman once told me "always know how to get to your hostel from the airport". Getting caught on a bridge that I wanted to be underneath. Which wouldn't be a big issue for most, but me, well I decided that scrambling down the side of the bridge would be a great way of getting where I wanted to go. ...
... t do too much. We did have the first of a series of talks by an ex cop who started on the beat in the Lake District and ended up on the "Sweeny" the real one and his first talk was on the Kray family and he was a really good and amusing speaker who clearly has a lot of inside knowledge. He spoke completely without notes and wandered around the stage while speaking. We are looking forward to hearing more on future sea days. After that excitement we had lunch, did some animal ...