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... really. But we went to the American military memorial and I understand why it was listed as top destination for tourism in Cambridge. The place was amazing. It's immaculate it's a shame it's for such a sad reason. The 3500+ white marble crosses on the immaculately kept lawn just illustrate the complete and utter senseless of war. So many men lost, puts things into ...
... Abbott's Ale and Speckled Hen. There was a spectacular view of Bury St. Edmunds from the roof of the building. The tour concluded with a tasting! We also noted the impressive hanging baskets throughout the town. Next we had a look through St. Edmundsbury Cathedral with lunch in the refectory. Pilgrims visiting the shrine of St. Edmunds in what was once an abbey, founded the church 1503. We noted that the roof supports did not line up correctly. The ...
... probably. Cambridge was named after the first iron bridge built around 11th century across the River Cam… hence Cam..Bridge or Cambridge.
An incredible number of famous scholars went to Cambridge; Issac Newton, Christopher Wren (wrote Winnie the Poo, the original copy of which is still in the library of Kings College (I think it is Kings anyway), Hugh Laurie (Dr House), James Mason (failed Cambridge), Stephen Fry, John Cleese, Charles ...
... and intertwining roads. Also in hopes of looking more like a local I tried really hard to walk on the left side of the sidewalk, but it's so strange to not pass on the right, ran into a few people. With all the rain I also learned my "rain boots" are not as waterproof as I thought. So I'm rocking the wet socks in a Starbucks right now. Yes of all the cafés to choose from I went into the Starbucks, which is ...
... yacht race from the shoreline on Boxing Day
Seeing Table Mountain with and without the table cloth cloud covering
"Daytime, nighttime" and "Steve, Steve, Steve"
Flat-hunting in Sydney and seeing some real shockers
Seeing the Vietnamese people working in the rice fields, complete with the traditional conical hats
Trying Rooibos tea with a drizzle of honey in South Africa and liking it a lot
Canoeing in the ocean at our ...