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... an outdoor cafe next to the river for lunch. There are lots of wasps hanging around the cafe. A man on the table next to us is not very happy about this. Every few minutes he stands up and runs away from his table. When he does this he waves his arms wildly at the wasps and yells very loudly at them to go away. I'm not sure that this is a very effective approach to managing the wasps. Eventually he manages to squash one that lands on his table with a ...
... then a short Park&Ride to get to the centre. We sat up the front of the top deck on the bus so I had a wonderful view all around. It was quite exciting! When we got to the center, I really came to grasp what a beautiful city it is! My mum always told me to "look up" in places like Cambridge and York, and I completely get why. The buildings are simply beautiful. The whole place is a bit like a checked mat. Down to the ...
This morning i woke up feeling extremely refreshed! Because i had to book my room for 2 nights i didn't have to check out at any set time today which meant i could take my time before needing to head off to Cambridge.
I started the morning with a full breakfast down in the kitchen and for the first time in weeks i saw that they had Coco Pops and not just Kellogg's! so i was basically in cereal heaven!after breakfast i went back to the room which i had ...
... the oldest in England. There are many museums; most are free. I spent a few hours in each of: Fitzwilliam Museum, which was hosting an exhibition called "Vermeer’s Women," with works by him and his contemporaries; the Whipple Museum of the History and Philosophy of Science, with really interesting displays of scientific instruments; Cambridge and County Folk Museum; Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, with an excellent section on Charles ...
... throughout the town, but his commentary was a bit dry. He showed us some cool churches and chapels, some of the colleges, and a few bits and pieces of the town and town sqaure. When we got done with our walking tour, Kimberly, Annie, Alyssa and I went and found some lunch at a local pub and warmed up before going back out into the cold! It was significantly colder than London there! We went and looked at an arts and craft market and ...