The Oliver Cromwell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews The Oliver Cromwell Hotel March
Travel Blogs from March
... this morning who advised Frank got the harvest finished yesterday, which is good.
Home to put our feet up until we left for the 'The Cholmondley Arms' at Burton le Coggles, a favourite eatery for Maggie, where we dined on her favourite dish, Steak, which was delicious and so was the well laden plate of vegetables. In 2011 Prince Charles and Camilla visited this pub. We came home to watch the US Tennis Open Ladies final, and have a slice of ...
... Then we started walking and found the cutest little pub in the middle of no where.....seemed that everything was in our favour, sat and enjoyed a beverage and waited for the cab to take us back to the train station. We are now having supper in a really great pub that offers free wifi, as the wifi at the hotel sucks! Loving life and looking forward to more adventures, as we take really the really freakin fast train tomorrow to Blackpool!! Simply the most amazing day ...
... night, and we would mainly be going out and not seeing much of the city, Sophie's dad took a different route home so that i could see as much of the city as possible, even if from the inside of the car.It was so lovely of them to do that for me, and they were right, Cambridge was definitely a place worth coming back to visit.
Once we got home me and Sophie sat outside and enjoyed the beautiful sunshine whilst catching up on all that we had missed since ...
... it was a lovely town with some beautiful buildings and a nice atmosphere.
With the Navman guiding us, we found it a pretty easy trip to Cambridge. One thing I have noticed here is that there are so many roundabouts in amongst the highways, and they all have quite a few exits, so you have to count carefully which one you need to take. There are so many different highways with letters and numbers instead of names too. One highway leads to another then there more ...
... to the right is Reach Lode. We opted for Reach Lode first, which goes for two miles and is very narrow, with reeds brushing the boat on both sides. Assured by the guidebook that there is space to turn at the end and a GOBA mooring we continued to the end of the Lode. We found that the mooring was only big enough for a very small boat, and there was also a sign saying “No mooring without the consent of Reach Parish Council”. There was no ...