The Backs The Backs of Cambridge refer to a continuous green space and the curve of the river Cam running behind several of the Cambridge colleges – Kings, Trinity, St Johns, Clare College. The small wooded area is tree lined with a walking/cycling path along the ‘back’ entrances to the Colleges.
The pull to Kineya was irresistible, and we felt that we had to get another visit in before we left Cambridge. This time we tried a few different things and again, the tempura counter was just too enticing to ignore.
We were desperate for a noodle fix while in Cambridge and decided to try Kineya Mugimaru on Petty Cury, Cambridge, in Lion Yard. While we are generally bigger fans of ramen than udon, Kineya only serves udon; that and a whole range of tempura and some rice bentos.
The Village Maid is part of a growing chain of family owned pubs under the Moss & Co group. It is located in a quiet village of Lound, Lowestoft on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk. They serve lunch and dinner and you won’t miss it as it is just across the main road from […]
On our trip to Great Yarmouth, we stopped over at Lound for lunch and was treated to a wonderful part of the country. Just across the road from The Village Maid Pub is a small body of water called the Mardle. This forms part of the countryside walk where you can discover birds, butterflies, wild […]
Hilton breakfasts are renowned the world over. Although they vary from country to country, every Hilton and Double Tree hotel serves up a breakfast that lives up to the ideology that ‘breakfast is the most important meal of the day’.
Our stop at YORI wasn’t for the Korean BBQ but a quick lunch. Although, we would love to come back and try out the full Korean BBQ experience. Lured by their lunch set offers on their window, we were promptly shown to a table for two and encouraged to order using the QR code on […]
Gone are the days of old when shepherd’s huts stood in a lonely corner of an open field, sad, dilapidated, purely to serve the shepherd on the occasional night in the field. These days, shepherd’s huts have taken a stylish turn. With the surge of popularity in micro-homes, these old cabins have now been turned […]
Tucked away in a non descript building, at the corner where Trumpington Road (A1134) meets Lensfield Road (A603) is Japas a small Japanese izakaya-style restaurant.
Visiting Cambridge with your doggie-pal? Novotel Cambridge North, just 2.2 miles north of Cambridge is a brilliant place to stay. In general, hotels are not often known for being pet-friendly with limits and rules about where your dog is allowed and restrictions on not leaving your pet alone in the room.