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England--Cambridge on a Sunday (SIM card? Restaurants)

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I'll be arriving in the UK early on a Sunday morning (0630hrs) and have reserved a car service to drive me to Cambridge. I'll be starting my 1.5 week vacation there, but I am wondering what Sundays are like in Cambridge? Are most things closed?

I'll need to get a SIM card for my iPhone 6s for phone and data service. Will there be any place open on a Sunday to get hooked up with cellphone/data service for my unlocked iPhone? Or should I try to do it at Heathrow before going to Cambridge? I have a driver meeting me at the luggage claim, so I don't want to cause him/her to wait.

Will it be hard to find a meal on Sunday? Any good gastropubs or foodie type restaurants open on Sundays? Maybe a roast?

I'm a big fan of the show _Grantchester_....maybe I could walk down to visit that village. We won't be picking up our car rental until Monday morning.

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