4 comments on “When In Cambridge..

  1. We should be thankful that the cider in Cambridge tastes “watery”, “vinegar”, “yeasty”, “compost” “no carbonation”, otherwise Watson and Crick would have spent more time in the pub instead of the lab.

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    • It is however, recorded that “Watson and Crick used the Eagle as a place to relax and discuss their theories whilst REFRESHING THEMSELVES WITH ALE.” This has become a favourite expression of mine… when I remember it…. thanks for the refresher Greg!

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  2. Pingback: Days 4, 5, 6, and, 7: Oxford to Cambridge and beyond. | Stories From The Pub

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