The Oliver Cromwell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews The Oliver Cromwell Hotel March
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... be greeted by a smiling ecclesiastically robed woman who asked me if I was part of the university. This time I smiled and shook my head, no. So back with the ordinaries who had lined up patiently while the local intellectuals et al moved into the chapel. When it was our turn, I found it ***********centrate on where I was going, there was so much to see and my camera was safe,y away in my bag now in response to the No Cameras signs everywhere. And of course walking in to a service ...
... in town, so we'll have to pick her up at station, means we can buy our tickets into London. It's a 6:00 am train in the morning to make the 7:55 Eurostar. Our host there reports temperatures around 33C, thankfully, the apartment has AC. But before that, yes, dinner! A combined effort, David made a tasty spinach, garlic, butter and oil mix, Zimmy finished it off, and cooked the (wholemeal) pasta, while the BBQ dealt to the prime entrecôte. Combine with plenty of fresh ...
... all in the one street!
Cambridge is a really lovely town, lots of open green spaces and even though it is quite a busy place, it is a lovely lifestyle, with many people riding bikes around. It is a very easy town in which to ride a bike, lots of bike paths in and around the city centre. It is particularly nice along the River Cam, with many riverboats parked along the banks, and some beautiful homes. The paths are well used by cyclists and ...
... 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 ...
... does not show them. We soon caught up with Quantum Leap, and were behind them when they negotiated the sharp corner in Whittlesey. On arrival at the Whittlesey moorings, a boat was just about to depart leaving the mooring clear for both boats.
We all went to the shops, and James took a bus back to Peterborough to visit a Christian Bookshop for the latest Spring Harvest live worship CD, which has just been published. When eventually we all got back ...