The Old Bridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the river, now however, the cargo is people and it has become quite fashionable to go punting on the River Cam. The "pilot" stands in the rear of the punt and pushes the punt along with a pole. You can pay to have a pro pilot your punt or you can rent your own punt and pilot it yourself. There are many who choose ...
... mosquito net separate from my clothes and shoes- this also allows quick easy access to vital items! After the practice pack I feel a lot more relaxed now as panic was starting to set in - how on earth and I going to fit everything in! But, I can now see it is possible , I just need to be realistic about what I actually need to take now. I have realised these posts are slightly boring but I promise once we hit the road the posts will be full of exciting stories and ...
... Unofficial stuff. Since the Groom is now off duty.
Having dragged the "reluctant Bride" thorough this international secret wedding and its consequential run of wedding breakfasts and parties the Groom now seeks a suitable "reward"/wind down time - for being the Brides' wedding manager. As well as the Bride's wardrobe manager, investment manager, driver, butler, and general factotum.
Of the post 4th July wedding breakfasts and parties the Bride has ...
... of the war, and neither knew that the other had worked at Bletchley!
The details of the Enigma machines and how the codes were broken were way above my head but these people were seriously clever and dedicated! Although they were to say the least eccentric as well. Alan Turing even kept his mug chained to the radiator to stop anyone else using it!
A day's ticket gives a year's free entry so a fabulous bargain!
Another good dinner and so to ...
... nearly getting skittled by cars coming around the bends very fast indeed. Speed on the roads seems to be a feature of British life; the motorways are terrifying!
Peter blew a fuse on his sleep pump - not with his snoring but by forgetting to switch back the voltage! That is an essential piece of equipment for us to survive nights together so we took a trip to Milton Keynes where they had ...