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Although we have been in Bury St Edmunds for two days now we have yet to really contemplate the history and importance of this town. We have waited until today to visit the famous Abbey which also forms an important centre for the Mary Michael earth energy currents. Bury St Edmunds began as a Saxon settlement and in AD 630 Sigeberht, the King of East Anglia founded a Monastery here. But it was the ninth century King Edmund, who in his death at the ...
We traveled south from Edinburgh to Cambridge by train, after reconsidering the rental car originally planned. Though we could have stopped in Nottingham by car (seeing Robin Hood's hood was appealing), we would have been cramped and Sam would have been on edge driving on the left side for 8 hours or more. So we canceled the car and trained down in a very comfortable style.
As a family of four, we had assigned seats facing ...
Friday I'm in love-- is a famous song by the Cure, a band I liked very much. That punk feeling fits well with England. Anyway our first stop is British library, just beside King's Cross station. So happy to see the sun. Still windy, but at least sunny once in a while.
To enter the book shelves, one has to apply for membership. We just walked around the public areas, where many people simply used their laptop or read. Wonderful place to spend a ...
... almost daily in the last 10 days, last minute nerves, asking ourselves are we doing the right thing combined with bouncing around with excitement.
This seems a good time to say a huge thank you to everyone who has been so supportive of our plans, helping with the booking of different parts of the trip, and everything from car sitting to cat sitting! We will miss you all so much!
I was blown away by the architecture in Cambridge which is funny really, when you consider that I have spent over 40 years of my life growing up in dear old Blighty. Odd that it never got me like this before, but maybe it is because I have been away for over 10 years and have been living in a relatively new country.
Most of the buildings ...