Travelodge Cambridge - Waterloo
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... lunch Salvation Brass led the Maundy Thursday noon-hour Chapel at THQ where over a hundred people watched the live streaming online! Thank you to all of those who tuned in! :) Many of us went to stock up on uniform at "Trade" which must have come as a shock to the staff working in the small shop! We are now well stocked up on shirts and other goodies. Our journey took us next ...
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---------Extra Suitcase for Puppetry Materials and Donations----------------
parachute, puppets, stand, The Three Dassies by Jan Brett book, and more
Cheap old Suitcase (when empty good for bringing home souvenirs or leave behind!)
... eat, so took me to this restaurant because the portions are huge amd wanted to defeat me - he succeeded! I had a greek pork dish, with 3 skewers of meat, rice, a greek salad and roast potato that must have taken up a plate 30cm in diameter. Did my best, but had to leave some!! Another first for me - we then went to a driving range where Elwyn taught me the basics of hitting a golf ball. It's a lot harder ...
... of about 4 to five feet high and the rest is constructed of wood. I also noticed that the dairy barns are more opened than closed; they are all structured as buildings but the outside walls are not walls at all but almost appear to be made of screen. In some of the barns we could see cattle (it was the middle of the afternoon and if I remember, that isn’t exactly milking time), while others stood empty. their inhabitants grazing in nearby pastures. ...
... blog (stole the idea from my sister in law, who has been sharing great entries from their trip to Africa!) We will share the highlights, the new, the strange, the wonderful that we encounter along the way!
.....see you on the other side of the pond. And as Matthew would say "good day to ya lassies and lads".