TripAdvisor Reviews The Willows Cambridge
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... Thank goodness we parked at the park and ride.
Located behind the colleges, known as, "The Backs", are more greens and the River Cam. This my friends, brings us back to punting on the Cams. A punt is a flat-bottomed boat with a square cut bow. These punts were designed to move ...
... this tour so far. But today I hit a figurative bump in the road.
It's the summer break in Cambridge this week.
There is not much happening.
There is nothing listed in the "what's on in Cambridge" websites.
There appears that there is nothing to do but rest.
So while I tried to rest I learnt something. Fitting that it happened in Cambridge.
I'm terrible at resting.
I flounder without direction.
... the snow or who don't have seasons!).
Finally, having finished so many hikes in other countries, I also just have to quickly mention something we don't even give a thought to, but which really are special - footpaths! Not only is it virtually unique that the English public has a protected right to walk on them, we also have a dense network running all over the country (our 15 national trails equal 2,500 miles!) and not only that, many of our paths were walked on ...
... long we talked but it was awhile. I laughed and laughed. The Spencers are really great people and I am glad I got to meet up with them. One moment they are in Miami, and the next, we are in London! Thanks to Aaron and Stephanie for their warm hospitality. I told them that if I did not know any better I would think they were Filipino. Afterwards, we went to the tube station. They took the Jubilee line and I took the Northern line. Hope to see them again sometime ...
... There were lots of bike and walking paths through the forest, plus lots more nettles. We then stopped in Lincoln and had a walk through the very nice pedestranised shopping area and market. There were quite a few lovely looking bakeries and I brought 4 mock cream buns for £1.80 which were put in a box. I carried the box very carefully up the steep hill in the adjacent historic area to Lincoln Cathedral - lots ...
Other places to stay in Cambridge
20 Downing Street, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $202
- Excellent Hotel
- Another mediocre experience
- Consistently very good
Lakeview Bridge Road, Cambridge | 2 star hotelfrom $133
- Good Holiday Inn
- Very good hotel with excellent service
- Clean, modern, spacious and functional.
Granta Place, Mill Lane, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $247
- This never happens!!
- Very good, but book ahead
- A very pleasant stay
Regent Street, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $182
- Great location, comfortable room, needs redecoration with taste!
- Needs TLC
15 - 17 Coldham Business Park, Cambridge | 2 star hotelfrom $117
Gonville Place, Cambridge | 3 star hotelfrom $223
Chesterton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $194
- Enjoyable weekend
- Nice hotel in a lovely city!
Trumpington Street, Cambridge | 3 star hotelfrom $163
Whitehouse Lane, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $190
- Pricey...but worth it!
- Only suitable for business clients
Cambridge Leisure Park, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $90
Cambridge Services, A14-Junction 28, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $78
Ring Fort Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $120
Trumpington Street, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $287
156 Chesterton Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $84
20 Alpine Avenue, Winnipeg | 2 star hotelfrom $186
63/71 Hills Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $184
41 Regent Street, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $182
A11/A1307 Fourwentways, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $80
Station Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $35
53 Lensfield Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $165
167 - 169 Hills Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $141
74 Chesterton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $127
365 Milton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $149
627-631 Newmarket Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $81
144 - 146 Tenison Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $131