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Single or Return? http://www.bernkopf.cz/skola/predmety/english/materials/travelling/train_horiz_2_12.m4a. Ticket to Ride - Steam Locomotive style http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQr_OdLau5c. Ticket to Ride

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Single or Return?

http://www.bernkopf.cz/skola/predmety/english/materials/travelling/train_horiz_2_12.m4a

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Ticket to Ride -Steam Locomotive style

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQr_OdLau5c

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Ticket to Ride

I think I'm gonna be sad,I think it's today, yeah.The girl that's driving me madIs going away.She's got a ticket to ri-hide,She's got a ticket to ri-hi-hide,She's got a ticket to ride,But she don't care.She said that living with meWas bringing her down yeah.She would never be freeWhen I was around.She's got a ticket to ri-hide,She's got a ticket to ri-hi-hide,She's got a ticket to ride,But she don't care.I don't know why she ridin' so high,She ought to think twice,She ought to do right by me.Before she gets to saying goodbye,She ought to think twice,She ought to do right by me..

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I think I'm gonna be sad,I think it's today yeah.The girl that's driving me madIs going away, yeah.Ah, she's got a ticket to ri-hide,She's got a ticket to ri-hi-hide,She's got a ticket to ride,But she don't care.I don't know why she ridin' so high,She ought to think twice,She ought to do right by me.Before she gets to saying goodbye,She ought to think twice,She ought to do right by me.She said that living with me,Was bringing her down, yeah.She would never be freeWhen I was around.Ah, she's got a ticket to ri-hide,She's got a ticket to ri-hi-hide,She's got a ticket to ride,But she don't care.My baby don't care, my baby don't care.My baby don't care, (Fading)My baby don't care, my baby don't care.

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The Train Colors Song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwlMvE8qeoY

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From the centre of London to the centre of learning

  • If you find yourself with a day to spare, take a trip to the beautiful city of Cambridge. A fast and
  • frequent service is provided, which means that you can really make the most of your day. Trains
  • run every half an hour from London to Cambridge and the journey time is only 45 minutes nonstop.
  • There are two great trips for you to choose from.
  • Trip to Cambridge
  • This trip introduces you to Cambridge andthe magnificent architecture of its museums and
  • famous university colleges, some of which dateback to 1209. Many of the world’s most brilliant
  • minds have studied here. William Wordsworth,Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin have all
  • graced these halls of learning, as have 13 BritishPrime Ministers, 62 Nobel Prize winners and
  • countless leading world figures.
  • Trip to Ely and Cambridge
  • Or pack more into your day and take our secondtrip. This trip also includes Cambridge, but first
  • takes you to Ely, which is dominated by itsancient cathedral and monastic buildings. Ely is
  • also home to one of the largest collections ofmedieval architecture still in daily use. You can
  • also visit the former house of Oliver Cromwelland take your time browsing through the
  • historic rooms, exhibitions and displays.
  • Each trip also goes into Madingley, famous for the only American World War II cemetery in
  • the British Isles. Many of those buried at this peaceful site were the young crew members of
  • American aircraft based in Britain between 1941 and 1945.
  • Getting there
  • To Cambridge
  • Catch the train and on arrival in Cambridge head for the Guide Friday office located at the
  • station. From there you can catch the tour bus and be shown the very best of what Cambridge
  • has to offer, taking in Madingley on the way. Your Guide Friday ticket is included in the cost
  • of your railway ticket and it is valid1 all day – so you hop on and off as often as you like.
  • By showing your rail ticket you can also claim 10% discounts on punting along the River
  • Cam and cycle hire or a free drink with your meal at the Holiday Inn.
  • From London we recommend you catch the 08:15, 08:45 or 09:15 train. Please give yourself
  • about 20 minutes at King’s Cross railway station.
  • To Ely and Cambridge
  • Take the direct train to Ely to spend a few quiet hours visiting both the cathedral and one of
  • the many museums – entry is included in the package price.
  • You can also enjoy a cream tea in the museum – absolutely free. Then board the train back to
  • Cambridge where you can tour the city by Guide Friday bus, taking in Madingley, and stop
  • off at Silver Street to go punting on the River Cam behind King’s College. All of this is
  • included in the ticket price.
  • From London, we recommend you catch the 07:45 or the 08:45 train, although trains do run
  • 45 minutes after every hour throughout the day. Please give yourself about 20 minutes at
  • King’s Cross railway station.
  • The best time to go by train from Ely to Cambridge is at 11:28or 11:58.
  • Trains from Cambridge to London are at 15 and 45 minutes past every hour,
  • although werecommend your last train should be the 19:15.
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From the centre of London to the centre of learning

  • If you find yourself with a day to spare, take a trip to the beautiful city of Cambridge. A fast and
  • frequent service is provided, which means that you can really make the most of your day. Trains
  • run every half an hour from London to Cambridge and the journey time is only 45 minutes nonstop.
  • There are two great trips for you to choose from.
  • Trip to Cambridge
  • This trip introduces you to Cambridge and
  • the magnificent architecture of its museums and
  • famous university colleges, some of which date
  • back to 1209. Many of the world’s most brilliant
  • minds have studied here. William Wordsworth,
  • Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin have all
  • graced these halls of learning, as have 13 British
  • Prime Ministers, 62 Nobel Prize winners and
  • countless leading world figures.
  • Trip to Ely and Cambridge
  • Or pack more into your day and take our second
  • trip. This trip also includes Cambridge, but first
  • takes you to Ely, which is dominated by its
  • ancient cathedral and monastic buildings. Ely is
  • also home to one of the largest collections of
  • medieval architecture still in daily use. You can
  • also visit the former house of Oliver Cromwell
  • and take your time browsing through the
  • historic rooms, exhibitions and displays.
  • Each trip also goes into Madingley, famous for the only American
  • World War II cemetery inthe British Isles.
  • Many of those buried at this peaceful site were the young crew members of
  • American aircraft based in Britain between 1941 and 1945.
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Getting there

  • To Cambridge
  • Catch the train and on arrival in Cambridge head for the Guide Friday office located at the
  • station. From there you can catch the tour bus and be shown the very best of what Cambridge
  • has to offer, taking in Madingley on the way. Your Guide Friday ticket is included in the cost
  • of your railway ticket and it is valid1 all day – so you hop on and off as often as you like.
  • By showing your rail ticket you can also claim 10% discounts on punting along the River
  • Cam and cycle hire or a free drink with your meal at the Holiday Inn.
  • From London we recommend you catch the 08:15, 08:45 or 09:15 train. Please give yourself
  • about 20 minutes at King’s Cross railway station.
  • To Ely and Cambridge
  • Take the direct train to Ely to spend a few quiet hours visiting both the cathedral and one of
  • the many museums – entry is included in the package price.
  • You can also enjoy a cream tea in the museum – absolutely free. Then board the train back to
  • Cambridge where you can tour the city by Guide Friday bus, taking in Madingley, and stop
  • off at Silver Street to go punting on the River Cam behind King’s College. All of this is
  • included in the ticket price.
  • From London, we recommend you catch the 07:45 or the 08:45 train, although trains do run
  • 45 minutes after every hour throughout the day. Please give yourself about 20 minutes at
  • King’s Cross railway station.
  • The best time to go by train from Ely to Cambridge is at 11:28or 11:58.
  • Trains from Cambridge to London are at 15 and 45 minutes past every hour,
  • although werecommend your last train should be the 19:15.
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In London you depart from the King‘s Cross railway station.

There is a train from London to Ely every 1 hour during the day.

Sir Isaac Newton studied in Cambridge.

You don´t have to pay for the Guide Friday tour bus if you show a validrailway ticket.

In Cambridge you can get a free drink with your meal at the Holiday Inn if you show a valid railway ticket.

You are advised to arrive at King’s Cross railway station 20 minutes beforetrain departure.

From London to Ely, trains run45 minutes after every hour throughout the day.

The recommended time to travel from Ely to Cambridge by train is before noon.

From Cambridge to London you shouldn‘t depart later than at 19:15.