The Thomas Paine Hotel
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... to refer back to (I do love Cambridge Library - put in "League of Nations" and you get 1365 entries, or something along those lines). But I already had a list made that I could refer to. Very handy indeed.
Now I promised three more blogs. Granted, that was to finish up on 30 November, but I'm sure you don't mind the blog extension. So first things first, the items that I am most glad I took with me or bought for ...
... about 15 minutes to the resturant and had a lovely dinner although it was super salty! Jen got a glass of wine while I stuck to my peppermint tea! Our walk back was pretty scary because it was super dark and we walked by a church which Jen was convinced was haunted!!! The church bells went off and it was 10:44pm what an odd time for bells to go off! Thankfully, we made it back in one piece and both got ready for ...
Got up early to make the long journey to Victoria station. Today we were to get even further outside of London and tour the town of Cambridge and the university around it. We boarded a National Express for the 2 hour ride to Cambridge. Unsurprisingly the wifi doesn't work but I was able to finish the 5th book in Game of Thrones. Andrew was hoping I could finish the book around him just for my reaction. It's like the author wrote over ...
... one on line any closer to Thetford that fitted the bill (or whose bill fitted us perhaps).
I turned out to be a very old pub, with HRM 17?? above the door. I took that to mean that a royal had stayed there. I don't think they had our room. That was approached from the outside, around the back of the hotel. It was clean, comfortable and quiet. Cows were our neighbours.
Next day we got up fairly late then headed into Thetford where we met Robert and Amy from the train when ...
One reason I propsed this Fellowship was because I wanted to impress on my students how important Charles Darwin is outside of where they live. Cambridge University actually redesigned its grounds to feature Darwin and his legacy. We walked past the Master's Garden to the Darwin Portico in Christ's College. This was constructed in 2009 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of his ...