The Oliver Cromwell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews The Oliver Cromwell Hotel March
Travel Blogs from March
... one of those lacey things on her head and she and her court punt and traipse about in celebration of the coming wedding.
It was a great day for punting. By the end of the day I felt like Ray Guy after a tough day playing against the Orange Crush defense, so we decided to stop at the ...
Darryn and I went and played tennis on the Clare College grass courts. They hadn't been mowed in a while so the bounce was very unpredictable but still cool to play on grass. Had lunch with Olly down by the river watching all the punters go past. Heard lots of facts about Cambridge from the guides. Olly managed to get us into the Kings College church for free. Went and had some beers at Olly's bar in the ...
... but Allison said she heard them referring to the guard’s hats. I actually heard them talking about Jennifer Lopez too – random. Later, when Allison and I were talking about it, she referred to it as me being between the Axis powers… I was in the middle of the Axis powers! I was so annoyed by the whole thing, as soon as the ceremony was over, I just wanted out. It’s late right now and I haven’t watched any of my videos ...
... 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 ...
England was delightfully cool after Spain, and of course we encountered rain again, too. After overnighting in Fen Ditton, we decided to have a look at Norfolk. We first headed off to the east coast and started a slow and interesting ramble progressing northwards through coastal settlements.
First stop was Aldeburgh, described in the Lonely Planet as “an adorable fishing village” and the home of some of the best fish and chips in the south ...