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Help: Ferry and Train from England to Amsterdam

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DH and I will be travelling to Europe with our pre-teen daughter in August and plan to take the overnight Ferry from London (Harwich) to Amsterdam, on the "Dutch Flyer train & ferry". We will be staying in London and plan to take a day trip to Cambridge, I am wondering whether we should make the day trip to Cambridge the last day and depart directly from Cambridge? We only have carry on size luggage. How doable it is to carry the luggage with us walking around whole day in August. It does save us a train ride back to London though...advice? Also, should I buy London - Cambridge train tickets in advance and is there any advantage doing so?

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