River Cam


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Noun1.River Cam - a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse RiverRiver Cam - a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse River
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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The 15th Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival will take place on Saturday 7th September 2019 on the River Cam at Fen Ditton and more than 40 teams are expected to compete over the 200m race course, watched by several hundred spectators.
NEWCASTLE: 5.30 Yvette, 6.00 Cameo Star, 6.30 St Ives, 7.05 Pinarella, 7.35 Scheme, 8.05 River Cam, 8.35 Patrick.
CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND WHERE TO STAY The Varsity Hotel in central Cambridge has a superb rooftop with views for miles across the city and the River Cam. There's even a spa and gym, if you'd prefer to just get pampered.
The hotel looks out on Magdalene College across the River Cam and is just a few minutes from most of the university colleges.
A woman falls into the River Cam after a crash between Cambridge punts Leon Neal
A large section of the picturesque River Cam has been designated as suitable for swimming.
Or try punting on the River Cam under the beautiful Bridge of Sighs.
It's a 20-minute walk from here to the main attractions - think King's College, punting on the River Cam - but the hotel interior reflects just what visitors to the city might be expecting.
The hotel's name references the 16th century play about an ancient central Asian ruler - written by Christopher Marlowe, a former Punting on the River Cam student at Corpus Christi College in the city - and there are Middle Eastern-inspired designs throughout the place, from the geometrically patterned carpets to the hexagonal tiling in the grand reception area.