Travelodge Cambridge Fourwentways
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... plans for filling the last day were scuppered after 3/4 of an hour.
We did have a nice walk though up Nathan Road and went into Kowloon Park. We had never smelt anything like it, the air was just full of fabulous aromas from the surrounding flora. (MG at first thought it was my sandals being a bit manky after so much wear (and dye loss) but it was not. A nice old chap stopped to talk to us (MG will talk to anyone) and pointed us to a pond around the ...
... crossings now handles four lanes of traffic in each direction. The crossing has always been tolled, though since 2008 tolls are only collected during 6am to 10pm. The tolls fully recouped the cost of building the crossing in 2002, and subsequently became a traffic charge instead. Currently payment is via cash or a DART-Tag, an electronic device that handles automatic payment at a discount. A residents scheme is available for ...
... divided in half (one hour for lecture, two hours for lab) so there is no extra time for lab that you need to dedicate. This is an interesting change considering last semester I had three labs so I not only needed to go to class, but I also spent over seven hours in lab each week.
That being said, there is a lot more pressure here on the students. The first day I was given a syllabus for each of my classes and how the ...
And of course, the ...
July 18th-21st, 2013
We stayed in a hotel in Cambridge. Mostly we relaxed and had a nice time. the kids wanted to visit the science center of Cambridge and we did do that. Also we briefly meet one of my acquaintancesfrom IISc, Nimesh Joseph and his wife Deepthy.
On friday evening we went to London, literally dumped ...