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... wanted to see the Park. There a number of huts that have been restored and fitted out with period furniture and other period regalia. There was a museum that was quite interactive. We had lunch there. Jane and I had spiced carrot soup and bread, Jake had a plowman's sandwich (meat and cheese), and Larry had Jamaican Ginger Cake with Custard.
Our next destination was the Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden. This was a ...
However, perhaps one of the best days I've spent in Cambridge was at the Cambridge University Botanical Gardens. While it took my friend and me a bit of time to find it (there was a critical bridge in our map that was undergoing renovations...and there are some moments where Cambridge is still a bit too big for us to navigate), it was worth it. We spend a beautiful day here for somewhere under 8 pounds. It was incredibly beautiful and we spent the day looking at flowers ...
With evidence of settlements from the Bronze and Iron ...
... movers had quite a struggle trying to get the couch through the door into the living room. They finally said "this just ain't gonna fit." Matthew told them to leave it in the hallway and we will figure it out. Everything else seemed to fit perfect! Till we got to our Queen box spring, that's another story. It would not fit through the stairwell! The mover pulled Matthew aside and said " We can't have anything to do ...
... and we all passed and then the bunny hopped merrily off. Looks like the 65 animal tally won't be changing today.
Arriving at Stonehenge the mist was quite thick and the henge was invisible. The inner circle tour is quite special, about a dozen people and you can roam around amongst the stones. I had been there once in the 70's and you had free access, by the time Ann and I returned a few years ago access is limited to a path ...