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Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... her phone while we were on the train and it sounded good. We found it about 4blocks away but they don't serve food on Sunday night. Dale had seen another place a few blocks away so we went there. We started out on the back porch cuz it was so warm and muggy out but by the time food came it was cold so we got to move inside. Had a pleasant walk home and hooked up to the ****** wifi and tried to visit with the girls and journal. Our IPhones are ****** in the ...
... wearing an Aussie shirt and an akubra with a koala on his head, before I took the koala and started waltzing with it! Random I know! but not as random as putting on a circus show for the family and one of Janes friends :)
-I tried apple pie for the first time!
-I had a wonderful night out with some new friends, Rosie, Rosie, Alex and more! I met at the backpackers in Copenhagen, which was made all the more interesting by the fact I was using the top of a ...
... think that given I have been living in London for three months...I would have seen London Bridge before TODAY!
Then it was off to the wet country side again and to unpack my bag.
And then here I am, fully unpacked and barely keeping my eyes open.
Keep your eyes peeled for tomorrows blog...it will be exciting!
... of coffee shops) - abit tawdry really. Plenty of cheese shops though. HUZZAH. Managed to get my eager little paws on some dutch Tintin editions - a good trip a couple of Polish collections, 4 german books and a handful of Dutch editions. Will put in the good word for Lembiek comics - to call it a comic shop is to sell it way way short http://www.lambiek.net/home.html ...
... Myrtle, told us a story.
Myrtle is an English lady in her 70s who emigrated to the US after the war. She married an American who became a successful screenwriter for television in Los Angeles in the 60s.
Myrtle said she wanted to use her time off on Tuesday afternoon to visit a certain small English village not far from Cambridge. She said that that was where she spent much of the time the ...