Cambridge City Tenison Towers
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... wasn't much we heard about.
Thanks again to everyone who made our holiday great, everyone who amused us with their comments, everyone who looked after oldies while we have been away, everyone who taught me to play the ukulele and everyone who takes the time to read this.
If I have embarrassed anyone, it was probably intentional
If anyone feels they were picked on, it was probably intentional
If I have upset anyone, who ...
... We went along the river and heard about Isaac Newton's time at the university where he was a very average student as well as Lord Byron who was eccentric beyond belief, keeping a pet bear at college and starting a tradition of night climbing which still continues today. Mum's favourite bridge was the Bridge of Sighs, named by Queen Victoria because of its likeness to the Bridge of Sighs in Venice. ...
... of DNA. There is a plaque outside the pub that commemorates this bit of history, and the place is always busy. Decent food too - Sam had the classic bangers and mash, and Sam Jackson had beef and ale pie. Decent is a high compliment for British food.
No trip to Cambridge is complete without punting on the River Cam. On a partly-sunny day (blessedly, after a morning of rain), we hired a chauffeured punt for an hour long ...
So after traveling to Heathrow early on Wednesday morning after saying goodbye to everyone Tuesday night I got to the airport only to be turned away... so after a dismal journey home Dad got on the phone to the airline as I was curled up in bed and got me on another flight. Leaving Friday morning.
So after 48 hours of waiting I head back down to Heathrow and after a long queue and more questions from the lady behind the desk I finally get through and the fun can ...
Cambridge is one great example of architectural history after another. 800 years all within walking distance of each other.
Late morning. We walked around looking at the town and for a place to eat until G got so hungry that he bolted for the first Anatolian restaurant he came across. Had a nice meal. Went back to rest for a bit before G checked into the Porter's house at Churchill. Nice student accommodations, more roomy than ...