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We arrived into London Heathrow at about 7 am, with only a few hours of uncomfortable sleep on the flight. We had another 2 1/2 hour bus ride in store to arrive into Cambridge, our first planned day of touring. The view from the bus was surprisingly un-interesting, until we finally arrived into Cambridge itself, for a blustery (but dry) schlepp …
... and charity shops on our street and we got to our YHA around 9.00pm. Dinner, Wi-Fi and great bunks awaited and we were snoring by midnight after a full days travel.
We had booked a bike, lunch and punt tour for the following day but due to a website stuff up, it didn't really go as planned as no one turned up to meet us…back to the hostel we went and booked individual punt and bike tours, as it started to rain. I did get a call from Dad at this time and ...
... of her busy schedule to look after us, and we really appreciated it. She is on the downhill run of writing up her thesis and hopes to submit it in July.
On returning to our apartment Robyn was much rested to we returned to the centre of town. We walked around the markets, where Robyn bought a scarf, and eventually bought a few supplies and took them back for a quiet dinner in our apartment.
... pumping out the water. The land is rich with peat and makes great farmland. Unfortunately the peat needs to stay wet and shrinks and blows away when dry. The sea keeps trying to reclaim the Fens and they've flooded and had to be drained several times.
We stop to see the cathedral and Oliver Cromwell's home. The information center is in Oliver Cromwell's home. He lived there for 10 years and 2 of ...
... choir. The chapel is the most stunning part of the building. The college has well maintained gardens with the Willow trees and leads to the Kings Bridge.
The King's College`s Chapel
The King's College`s Chapel is a splendid example of late Gothic English architecture. It was started in 1446 by Henry VI and took over a century to build. It has the largest fan vault in the world and some of the finest medieval stained glass. It is also the venue for the ...