Abbeville Hotel

26 Nettlecombe Ave., Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 0QW, United Kingdom
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Portsmouth to Cambridge & Oxford

by karenlin8

hi all,
May I know how to get to Cambridge & Oxford from Portsmouth.Thank You!

Re: Portsmouth to Cambridge & Oxford

by Britannia2

Train from Portsmouth to London Waterloo - then for Oxford take the Underground(Bakerloo line) to Paddington and a mainline train to Oxford. For Cambridge from Waterloo take the underground to Liverpool Street ( Waterloo & City to Bank and then the Central line) and from Liverpool Street station a mainline train to Cambridge.
There is no direct train servoce between Oxford and Cambridge but there is a bus.

Re: Portsmouth to Cambridge & Oxford

by chrisilsley

I live opposite the bus station in Cambridge. They leave here every hour for Oxford...and it's cheap compared with the train although it does take three hours.
Chris

Travel Tips for Portsmouth

Fun for the kids!

by Jenniflower

On Gunwharf Quay there are plenty of fun things for the kids to do!

Not only does this mean the kids enjoy themselves, but it also means mum and dad can relax a bit whilst their children are being entertained.

They have a bouncy castle with safety walls, and a few joyrides, like little aeroplanes for tiny tots and a little steam train for little tots too. They are well managed and are good fun!

They have musicians that are there for both mum and dad, but the little ones also seem to love them... like the little girl in pink in my photo, who was twirling around and having a ball :)

What to bring with?

by Jenniflower

Luggage with wheels is always a good idea, wherever you are travelling. Whether snowy/wet/sunny/warm or cold weather, layer your clothing.

Always remember to bring a cap/hat that covers your head and neck for when it gets hot, as well as sunglasses.

I have been twice in the month of June... and it's always been quite hot, although last time we had a heavy shower and it was chilly too... so always have a warm jacket/cardigan handy too! Sunscreen (Factor 35 is the minimum factor I use, no matter what the weather is), headache tablets and usual little things like some plasters for blisters, cotton wool, germolene etc. Your camera, with charger, and a EUROPEAN plug extension if travelling from overseas. Sports items if you are playing sport, which our church party were.

Car boot sales on Sundays

by SwedeSarah

During the weekends, there are many markets in Portsmouth. A smaller one is held at South Parade Pier, on the right side and sometimes in a room next to the pub. By Southsea castle is a quite huge car boot sales and I usually find some nice & cheap things there last time. They also had a small fun fair for the children. By Clarence Pier are a lot of markets. Both on a field on the other side of the road and also on a hugher field, it's called Southsea commons.
Go there as early as you can cause they pack up quite early in the afternoon.

Cantonese Roast food and drinks

by jil_coleslaw about Roast bar & restaurant

It is quite interesting that the bar serves Chinese food!! But for me, a Hong Kong people, I found that the food is quite authentic. As I know, the owner and chefs are from Hong Kong as well.

Here is a very "Hong Kong style" promotion - meal set with rice/noodle and drink at the lower price.

Opening time:
1130-late, 7 days a week

Take away available Triple Roast (Duck, Chicken, Honey Pork) (7 pounds)
Vegatable Pancake Rolls (4 pounds)
Deep Fried Chicken Wings (5.5 pounds)
Kung Po Chicken (5.5 pounds)

D-Day Museum

by DEBBBEDB

Under construction

This is a relatively new museum - opened in 1984

Opening Times
Open daily except 24-26 December
April - September 10.00am - 5.30pm
October - March 10.00am - 5.00pm

Adult £6.00 for single admission - child under 5 free with adult

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