Hello I need a good heads up !
We are staying in tossa de mar next week from may 8 and have Spanish gran price tickets.
My dilemma is ,without car Hire what is the best to get to the circuit over the three days on which it's held , from our tossa de mar base?
I really could do with some solid advice, as this is a potential nightmare !!
Which is the chipest way to arrive from London to Cambridge?
I've been to Cambridge so often that I thought I'd know my way around. But usually I walked or took a bus from the railway station to the centre, quite easy.
This time we're travelling with a baby and the weather forecast predicts a mixture of light rain and heavy rain. I've tried finding the right bus for us on the Cambridgeshire Transport website, but no luck. I suppose I'm too stupid to find it, so I thought I'd come here and ask you.
We have to get from the train station to our B&B in Milton Road. Is it Citibus 4? Or any other bus? I haven't been able to find a page showing all the stops.
We cannot take a taxi because they don't have baby seats, so it's either walking or buses.
Thank you for your help.
To get to London from Duxford at about 6:00 on a weekday evening, what its best? Should we backtrack to Cambridge and get the train there? Or is the Whittlesford Parkway stop better? Or is there some third point to catch the train back into London.
Ihope to stay two nights in either Ely or Cambridge. I would like VTers advice on which to use as base. My first idea is to stay 2 nights in Ely, see Ely first day , then 2nd day see Cambridge, back to Ely for night. Any comments. Thanks.
I'll be in transit at Stansted airport for 10 hours and someone recommended going to Cambridge.
May I know of any interesting places to visit other than the colleges and universities for about 5 - 6 hours of visit?
Thank you for all your replies.
why are you still advertising st.neots carnival when it stopped happening 2 years ago ! !
Has anyone out there stayed in De Vere University Arms Hotel? I can see that it's coveniently located near the train station, but is it also convenient to the other sights, i.e River Cam (punt), Queen's, King's University, etc?
If anyone can suggest a hotel/accommodation that is in the city center and is affordable, I'd certainly appreciate it. BTW, it's for this Sunday night.
Not looking to go gallery hopping, but am looking for nicely-talented local artists who do works depicting the Cambridgeshire-Suffolk-Norfolk area.
Something to capture my stay in eastern England without breaking the bank.
I'll be arriving to London Heathrow Airport T4 on Tuesday morning. I want to take the rail to Cambridge. How I can reach to King's Cross station from T4? I'll be carrying a med-sized bag on arrival, can I carry it easily with me? Or can I check it in the train to Cambridge? Can I use my Oyster card to get the ticket to Cambridge?
I have a midweek three-hour stop over in Huntingdon (train) and need to look good for an evening meeting in Peterborough. I don't need a cut, just a shampoo and style to make me feel less like I'm living out of a suitcase. I see there are several shops in the high street - what can you recommend in the middle-price range? As for brief tourism, I'm thinking about a walk to Godmanchester if its not raining. If it is rainy, where is a good cafe in Huntingdon?
Can you please suggest a budget / cheep accomodation for 2 adult will be travelling to cambridge on 18th Oct for 14 days, a lodge or sharing arrangement will do.. and also prefered location will be near to
Hills Road,Cambridge,CB1 2EU
so that we can walk to this place easily,
Thanks alot in advance for your help, will be looking for quick response from travel experts at VT,
How can I travel from cambridge to Ely cathederal on a bus and back, or should I use the train?
I'm planning a one-night stay in both oxford and cambridge as side-trips for a London visit. Is a one-night stay enough to gain a decent appreciation of each town? Or would I be better off canceling one side-trip and extending my stay at the other town?
I read in my lonely planet book that during this time the college is closed, we are arriving london april 25th, does it mean it is best to visit cambridge some other time?
This restaurant has been recommended to me. I was wondering if anyone has been there and could comment please. I understand that it is a new restaurant.
Thanks in advance for any help.
we´ll be arriving in Cambridge at about 8 a.m. on a friday.
As we are a group of 10, does anyone can give me a suggestion, where to grab a bite and a coffee ?
Thanks a lot !
i am visiting cambridge from 25 october to 1st nov,2008 with my 4 years old daughter
i wanted to know what warm clothing is required in this time of the year
also few names of interesting cafes,restaurants and things one can do with a 4 year old ?
is punting a possibility in this month?
also some indoor activities to do with a child?
any help would be appreciated!
I will be visiting Cambridge just for one day.
I was planning to take a sightseeing hop on / hop off tour bus so I can see more of this city and punt along river cam. Do you think this is a good plan for one day in Cambridge or perhaps someone suggests other things?
Would love to have dinner in a local restaurant - think I'd go for The Eagle, any other suggestions?
The next day I will be travelling to London, so far I know I have to leave Cambridge by train and stop at Kings Cross in London ... can someone please forward a link to the railway station website. I will be staying at the Ashley Hotel, 74 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, CB4 1ER where I believe is best to take a taxi from the hotel to the railway station.
Any suggestions for a lovely day in Cambridge are most welcome.
hi, i'll be in cambridge for a day and wondered about a cheap but yummy (and local fav) places to eat for lunch & perhaps tea/dinner. any suggestions? thanks!
I am planning to take a train from London King's Cross station to come Cambridge. I was buying the ticket from raileasy.co.uk site and was given two types of tickets - Standard and First class with 10 pounds price difference. If first class provides great comfort, I would go for that. Any word on this? Or there is not much difference. Please advise.
Hi, we're an American family of musicians (keyboard, voice) coming to Cambridge after playing silent film music in Bologna and looking for an inexpensive place to stay, or a famiy we could stay with and make some music! We know tons of show tunes, folk songs, and perform all over the US for silent films, you will be well entertained...
We love the UK haven't been in 10 years, are tightening our belts with the ridiculous dollar exchange (lucky you! come visit!) and hope we can make some new friends this time around.
Thanks so much
dsosin at comcast dot net
What train or transportation type do you recommend taking from downtown London to the American Military Cemetary just outside Cambridge? Please indicate travel time, and costs if known. What are the operating hours of the cemetary on Monday or Tuesday during the week.
Hello, I'm coming to Peterborough for a gig this weekend. Where can I go for a drink afterwards? It will be lateish, and ideally I'd love somewhere 'Rock'. However, if that's not possible I'd be happy with a nice, cosy friendly pub that isn't going to be blasting out chart music and serving alchopops to teenagers! Somewhere in the town centre would be good. Any tips?
While we are in Peterborough, is there anything else we should see / do?
the only way to see the bridge of sighs is entering saint john's college paying the ticket or is it possible to see it also from a part (street, other bridge etc...) of the city?
i'll be in cambridge the 12 of april, from about 4pm to the night.
is it true that king's college chapel close at 4? :-(
any suggestion for dinner?
is eagle pub ok or too expensive? any other suggestion?
parking in lion yard is very difficult on saturday at that hour?
thanks to all
do you know this village? is it safe?
is it far from cambridge by car?
coming from this village which is the best parking in central cambridge?
thanks to all
I was just wondering how easy or difficult it is to get to the centre of town etc from the railway station.
Is it really near and walkable?
Hi. I bypassed Peterborough this past May because I heard in Ely that the west front was covered by scaffolding. Since the cathedral was the main point of my visit (I'm a cathedral freak), I thought it would be better to wait. I'll be back in the U.K. (London) in February and again (also London) in May. Does anyone know if the scaffolding is down or when it is scheduled to come down? Many thanks in advance. Spencer
We'll be in Cambridge for a few days in July and plan to go to Ely for a day to see the cathedral. There is a very good train connection to Ely. I'd also like to go to Wicken Fen, but couldn't find any public transport to get there. Would you recommend renting a car just for one day? Or taking a taxi from Ely and arrange to be picked up later?
Do you have any idea how much a taxi would be? It's about 9 miles from Ely to Wicken Fen.
Thank you for any information.