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Visit Cambridge

Hello folks!

Hope you are enjoying this amazing sun in the UK.  Myself, I finally managed to go out after 2 months of lockdown and I made the best of it.

This time I picked a town that I wanted to visit long time ago, but because of my busy schedule I didn’t had the time.

I went in Cambridge and this is how it went 🙂

First of all, Cambridge is a city on the River Cam in eastern England, home to the prestigious University of Cambridge, dating to 1209. University colleges include King’s, famed for its choir and towering Gothic chapel, as well as Trinity, founded by Henry VIII, and St John’s, with its 16th-century Great Gate. Cambridge is famed internationally for its world-class university. Attended by some of the country’s top writers, actors, comedians and politicians, the college is set in stunning grounds. Yes, I mentioned the absolute stunners that are the college buildings making up Cambridge university. But there are also heaps of other great examples of fine British architecture in this lovely city. One of Cambridge’s most charming eccentricities is the fact its parks are frequented by gentle cows nibbling on the grass. They are lovely and of course they really don’t care about us humans running around the parks. To be honest, staying there in the tall grass enjoying a cold beer and the sun, I was thinking back in past, when the boys and girls ran around the corridors and got me super nostalgic. I really wanted to turn back time and be there as well, in a white classy uniform with a round of books in my hand and running to don’t be late or my teacher would expel me.

I will leave you a couple of photos from there and I hope you will enjoy them 🙂

As well, stay tuned for another adventure !

 

 

 

 

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