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  • Bould Brothers

    Good evening from sunny Cambridge! Today’s been one of those ‘too hot to do anything’ kind of days (33ºC may not seem that high a temperature to some of you, but trust me: it’s enough to bring most of Britain to a standstill). However, after getting some work...

    0 by Madeline, in Where to eat Cambridge, one year ago
  • Espresso Library

    If there are two things that you should know about me, they are that (a) I like writing, and (b) I like change. Since the start of this competition, I’ve become one of those mainstream bloggers who produces most of their content at the tables of aesthetically pleasing...

    0 by Madeline, in Where to eat Cambridge, one year ago
  • Arts Picturehouse

    If you’re in Cambridge, and looking for a cinema that combines quirkiness with sophistication, there’s no better place to check out than the Arts Picturehouse. Hidden away above the Regal pub, this distinctive movie theatre is all the rage among locals, and offers...

    0 by Madeline, in What to do Cambridge, one year ago
  • Mill Road

    A few days ago, I decided to get out there and explore my local area. I discovered quite a few new shops and cafés on the street that neighbours my own, and met many of the interesting people who run them. However, I only made it halfway down Mill Road before deciding...

    0 by Madeline, in What to see Cambridge, one year ago
  • The Fudge Kitchen

    What is fudge? Well, fudge is a confectionery! It is made from sugar, butter and milk. Now, you may ask, “is that all?” No, that’s not even the slightest of it! Fudge is something one can’t really describe. You should just taste it to understand what it is....

    0 by Sal, in Where to eat Cambridge, 4 years ago
  • King's College

    About King's College King’s College is one of the most beautiful colleges in the whole Cambridge, if you ask me, and if you are ever in Cambridge, whether it is a quick visit, or a meeting with friends, or an excursion, or whatever you’d like it to be, my advice...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Cambridge, 5 years ago
  • Great St. Mary's Church

    St Mary the Great is a Church of England. Parish and university church at the north end of King's Parade in central Cambridge, England. It is known locally as Great St Mary's, or simply GSM for people not to mix it in the Little Mary's Church. The first mention of the...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Cambridge, 5 years ago
  • Studio Cambridge

    Studio Cambridge is the oldest English language school in Cambridge. Established in 1954, it is just ten minutes walk from the city center. And there is Parker's Piece near it _ this is a park, where you can go with your friends and enjoy. Studio Cambridge's Sir George...

    0 by Sal, in What to do Cambridge, 5 years ago
  • Trinity College

    Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. It has around 600 undergraduates, 300 graduates, and over 180 Fellows. There is a tree in front of the college, which people call the Newton's apple tree. You can read a plaque below the tree saying: "Sir Isaac...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Cambridge, 5 years ago
  • St. John's College

    About St. John's College St. John's College is a college of the University of Cambridge. The full, formal name of the college is "The Master, Fellows and Scholars of the College of St John the Evangelist in the University of Cambridge". It was founded by Lady Margaret...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Cambridge, 5 years ago
  • Parker's Piece

    Location Parker's Piece is in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom. It is located near the center of Cambridge, near Mill Road. It's in the center of the city and the main tourist attractions are nearby it, so every tourist will notice this large green park, if...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Cambridge, 5 years ago
  • Fitzwilliam Museum

    About Fitzwilliam Museum Fitzwilliam Museum is located on the Trumpington street in Cambridge and is a place where art and antiquities are exhibited. It is a museum of the Univeristy of Cambridge and the great thing about it is that admission is free. The museum was...

    0 by Sal, in What to see Cambridge, 5 years ago

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