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... then many! I stood transfixed as I always do when snow falls!
The irony for me is that we had a mini holiday booked and I knew that even though I'd be waking to the wonder of settled snow, I'd have to walk through it and get on a train which would take me away from it!!!! But I enjoyed it while I could. I couldn't sleep much, kept hopping up to look out the window...and woke early to get ready to meander through the villages.
I can only cross my fingers for more :) ...
... for guys to try and pick up girls at bars and clubs so this should be expected from people travelling to the UK for the first time and wanting to see the club lifestyle.
So that's what I've been doing in my free time! I've been watching movies/TV (The Misfits has been really good) with friends, playing board games, going to museums, hitting the clubs, going to class, and just walking around Cambridge just to absorb the sights and sounds of the city!
The Mill Road Winter Fair is an annual fair on the first Saturday in December. Attendance has grown from 10,000 at the first fair in 2005 to at least 20,000 in 2009. Since 2009 part of Mill Road, including the bridge, has been closed to traffic for the duration of the fair. Regular activities include shop a window display competition, live music, folk dancing, a local history walk and open days at the road's churches, temple and ...
... making it a very scenic and interesting day trip ...
Beautiful day along the River Cam. The town of Cambridge is relatively small being a college town, with not a whole lot to do. There are 31 colleges all under the University of Cambridge.
Went punting on the river which was relaxing and fun. The King's college also keeps "herd land" at the back entrance which hosts 4 longhorns! ...