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I did very little today. I went for a walk and I read.
I didn't cook. I had the lovely Chris to cook scrumptious meals for me.
I didn't clean. Wasn't anything to clean.
I just went out under a tree and did nothing.
... numbers of them locked up all along the sidewalks. The roads were bike-friendly too: nearly every road had a marked bike lane. We walked through Cambridge's most famous attraction: the colleges. We happened upon Kings' College first, and also saw Queens and Trinity before heading into the city center. I tried to find the one remembered city landmark from the year I spent there: the Red Lion in Lion's Yard shopping center. The area ...
... with shops along the way. Unlike big cities, cars are not convenient in Cambridge. But the campus was scattered, too many colleges, not sure which ones are University of Cambridge, or does every one belong to it.
Despite the sun, it's still freezing. At the sigh bridge, we saw the boat coming down from upstream. Everyone was bundled up. It should be even colder on boat...
We strolled back to the train station, ...
... that just a bit more wandering around the old town and grabbing a few camera shots you may like, I also captured a little piece of video of a fascinating clock in the Main Street. The animal on the top that appears to be walking and rotating the clock looks like a cross between a giant Weta and the mythical Griffin animal. When we headed back to the car we passed through the Grand Arcade shopping area. While we were sitting waiting for the others to arrive, ...
... were built before New Zealand was even discovered. They are so incredibly beautiful and from such different periods, Elizabethan, Georgian, Tudor, Victorian.
We went into the grounds of Trinity College for this very reason, even though some areas were "out of bounds", because the university students were sitting exams.