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... which is a big change but I'm starting to get in the routine and loving it! The kids are so cute and friendly, with two of them drawing Shana and I some pictures to decorate The Lodge with (I've put a photo of one of them!).
Peterborough is beautiful - the town and country is just incredible. Looking forward to exploring some more this weekend :)
Until next time!
this was a one day work trip. flew out in the morning to London about 45 min flight. walking to the rental car and I go to the wrong ride of the car!!!! so strange sitting and driving on the opposite side of the road. drove about 40 min along the English countyside to the plant. I felt like I was driving through a movie. tiny little windy streets up hill with old ...
... when they said we were on a tour. It was super cool going down the canal seeing all the universities along the banks. There are 18 universities in Cambridge. One of the halls of residence looked like a little castle and only cost like £100 per week and for an extra £20 a week you could get a butler. I definitely would have had one haha. Another funny fact was that the last University to allow ...
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 ...
... he called me "mad." Jan thought he was a quick judge of character.
The pictures of the back of Darwin's rooms and of the Chapel were actually made on the 26th. I put them here so you can see all of Cambridge as Darwin saw it in one place. This is Darwin's Cambridge right down to where he ate, studied, walked, worshipped, and slept. His rooms were restored into the condition they would ...