Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... Mr 35C and I exchanged very knowing looks. When I told Alex later, he interrupted me, saying he knew what was going to happen. He works for HMRC in the Customs sections and says that this is exactly what they do to apprehend someone when there is smuggling or some other crime suspected. He added that it is common that the person switches seats to try and avoid being detected. Ooh er, Mrs!
Just as I had planned, I wasn't the least tired facing ...
Nice day out, caught the train to Cambridge from London, sun was shining, hard to believe, and caught a punt up the river behind all the unis. Really pretty and relaxing. Only thing that could have improved it would be an esky of bubbles and some cheese and bickies, oh yes, and some fun ...
Our train pulled up in Cambridge For a two night whirl wind stay So much history, so much culture Such little time to play Two nights we went to evensong Kings Chapel and St John Choir boys, pipe organ noise The Psalms and hymns went on We took a punt on river Cam 'Twas wet with rain, ...
... br> Watching the cruise ships leave Sydney harbour and feeling ridiculously pleased I work in travel
Riding a tuk tuk around Bangkok, my bright pink Connies sticking out the side
Catching the commuter ferry from Rose Bay into Circular Quay in Sydney
Watching the kite surfers jump right over the boats in the sea in Bali
Eating liquid nitrogen ice cream on the street in Melbourne
Steve making a beach umbrella out of my brolly, ...
... lovely walks around Bury, which is a delightful tiny city, with a lovely medieval centre, in which she lives in her little jewel of a house - converted servants' quarters for something far more prestigious; it has two little rooms front and back, on two floors joined by a staircase so precipitous that it makes Nancy and Damo's one look like the one in Tara out of Gone with the Wind. It really is more ladder than staircase, and there was no way I ...
TripAdvisor Reviews The Willows Cambridge
Other places to stay in Cambridge
Downing Street, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $192
- Excellent Hotel
- Another mediocre experience
- Consistently very good
Lakeview Bridge Road, Cambridge | 2 star hotelfrom $124
- Good Holiday Inn
- Very good hotel with excellent service
- Clean, modern, spacious and functional.
Granta Place, Mill Lane, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $179
- This never happens!!
- Very good, but book ahead
- A very pleasant stay
Regent Street, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $131
- Great location, comfortable room, needs redecoration with taste!
- Needs TLC
15 - 17 Coldham Business Park, Cambridge | 2 star hotelfrom $106
Gonville Place, Cambridge | 3 star hotelfrom $197
Trumpington Street, Cambridge | 3 star hotelfrom $147
Chesterton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $168
- Enjoyable weekend
- Nice hotel in a lovely city!
Whitehouse Lane, Cambridge | 4 star hotelfrom $177
- Pricey...but worth it!
- Only suitable for business clients
Cambridge Leisure Park, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $83
Cambridge Services, A14-Junction 28, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $75
Ring Fort Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $111
Trumpington Street, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $245
156 Chesterton Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $76
196 Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $165
63/71 Hills Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $147
41 Regent Street, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $183
Station Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $95
A11/A1307 Fourwentways, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $63
53 Lensfield Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $142
167 - 169 Hills Rd, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $110
74 Chesterton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $116
365 Milton Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $113
627-631 Newmarket Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $81
144 - 146 Tenison Road, Cambridge | Hotelfrom $91