Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... them a ring and they had lots of vacant places. So that's where we have set up home, a nice place, lovely and clean and very green.
On the way here we passed red poppies growing wild in the fields, very pretty, just like France.
12th June - Thursday
After a lot of talking, thinking and a few restless sleeps, we have decide that we enjoy what we are doing and would like to ...
... starts trying to find the way across country on B roads. I eventually found someone to ask and he directed me in the right direction. I had a stop for lunch once on the bike route skirting Bishops Stortford. This turned onto a busy road for the short distance into Stansted Mount fichet where I turned off to go through Elsenham to Broxford. Looking for the B&B, I went too far ...
... 8217;d sometimes
come down from Brisbane on my days off to spend with the family and Mum and I
would play with Aidan while Dad and Shannon worked in the yard (with poor Penny
and Eddie both at work!!!).
As I pushed the mower around the hostel lawns I thought
of Dad and figured he’d be quite impressed with my straight lines and neat
edges! I think I’ve now been added to ...
As you will see from my photos, Thursday was a cold and wet day in my part of England.
A bit of rain never stopped an intrepid traveller, so I headed out at 9am for a daytrip to Cambridge to see what I could see. Lorren helped me book the train tickets the night before and so all I had to do was be in time for the train and change trains half way there. By 11am I had arrived in Cambridge, and ...
Up early and left by 6.30am. There is still more to see here and another couple of days would have been good. Jim has done very well driving around all the narrow roads in Derek's big car and the satnav (Garmin) has been good. I have decided that the south east corner around Bakewell is, for me, the prettiest so we picked well.
We drove to Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre and had a walk to the famous Robin ...