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Took a lovely trip to Cambridge today. It was so pretty. Walked around and saw lots of lovely old streets, shops, gardens and of course the colleges. Kings College is their most famous college and is the biggest. I also went into the Wren Library in Trinity College. It was so cool ...
... fish market, baked goods, vegetables and fruits and all kinds of other products for sale. We walked through and bought a little fruit cake for afternoon tea. We found Kim's Tea Room for lunch. Larry and Jane shared a pot of Earl Grey and I had Rooibos (Red Bush). Jane had a ham and tomato sandwich and Larry and I both had cheddar cheese and chutney sandwiches.
We went back to the car and headed ...
... the cows of Britain have it out for me.
All to soon it was time for me to head back on the train to Durham, via London. For the past two days I have been settling in to what will be the rhythm of most of the rest of my year - spending way too much time cooped up in the library. But I will have the fond memories of my recent travels to look back on - and the prospect of my upcoming adventures in Bordeaux and Greece to look forward too.
A little background on the Turkish Delight, a gel-like flavor covered in chocolate or powdered sugar. I had no idea what this was as a child so upon reading The Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, I thought that it while it was not cool for Edmund to sell out his family for a turkey dinner, I could at least get it. However, upon actually eating a true Turkish Delight and realizing it was indeed a sweet, I am appalled. I thought it ...
... the University of Cambridge. The University is the 2nd oldest in the English speaking world and is a collegiate university, which means it is made up of 31 different colleges and 6 academies. Therefore there is no main campus, as the university buildings take up most of the town. They are ancient and look really beautiful. Would've been really cool to spend a semester there, as I could have done Biology and they have a University museum of Zoology, but I'm enjoying Lincoln a lot. However ...