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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 ...
... house with its 2 wings was built in 1821. The rotunda was used for entertaining and display of art treasures and books etc., the east wing for the Hervey family living quarters, while the west wing was merely an architectural shell to provide balance to the building. The house produced its own electricity, kitchens were well stocked and many servants were employed to look after the guests. Many of the rooms are furnished as they would have been in the early ...
... this tour so far. But today I hit a figurative bump in the road.
It's the summer break in Cambridge this week.
There is not much happening.
There is nothing listed in the "what's on in Cambridge" websites.
There appears that there is nothing to do but rest.
So while I tried to rest I learnt something. Fitting that it happened in Cambridge.
I'm terrible at resting.
I flounder without direction.
... the snow or who don't have seasons!).
Finally, having finished so many hikes in other countries, I also just have to quickly mention something we don't even give a thought to, but which really are special - footpaths! Not only is it virtually unique that the English public has a protected right to walk on them, we also have a dense network running all over the country (our 15 national trails equal 2,500 miles!) and not only that, many of our paths were walked on ...
... spread out, but has a very large shopping area. A covered shopping centre at that - something that is a rarity here - figure that out in the climate here!
Our last sightseeing day was in Cambridge, a university town that that we love. Its low buildings, the many attractive university colleges, and the winding River Cam provide a lovely background to the energy of the many student-centred cafes and shops. It ...