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Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... her phone while we were on the train and it sounded good. We found it about 4blocks away but they don't serve food on Sunday night. Dale had seen another place a few blocks away so we went there. We started out on the back porch cuz it was so warm and muggy out but by the time food came it was cold so we got to move inside. Had a pleasant walk home and hooked up to the ****** wifi and tried to visit with the girls and journal. Our IPhones are ****** in the ...
... br> -I saw the most incredible scenery I have ever seen! So different from the red plains of Australia that I have come to know and love! This scenery was mountains towering high above, almost protecting the lakes and green landscape between them.
-I re-learnt to swim!
-I had the eye-opening experience of walking through and learning about Dachau concentration camp and the Holocaust. It is something that was very worth doing, because it adds to ...
... to a girl...not me anyway.
And then I was off to the train station.
I made it to London Bridge station, and asked this guy if I had the right train. He was so nice and was so surprised when he worked out that I was travelling on my own.
"I wish I had a friend like you" is what he said. It was so cute.
And then I was gone.
... deep breath* the Oude Kerk, The Portuguese Synagogue, the Westerkerek, The Aaron and Moses Church and the Puginesque RC church cheek by jowel with the sparse Mennonite Church with wonderful installation. Besides a lot of walking due in no small part to my internal compass going on the fritz we managed to find our way with a little help from Kees our host to ...
... to do in Cambridge was to go on a punting tour and then we had lunch at tatties. Later on we walked a bit in Cambridge, had ice cream and the kids played in the park and we called it a day.
July 4th, 2013
This is our last week in Cambridge and we ventured out a bit away from the city. We decided to visit the Anglesey Abbey, which is ...