Sight seeing in Cambridge

Happy Wednesday everyone :)

I’ve been in London for 2 days so far, and I have to admit- I love it. I’ve been incredibly lucky in that the sun has been shining every day since I first arrived, which I’ve been told is pretty rare.

Since being in London, pretty much all I’ve done is work, eat and sleep- I thought I would share some of the pictures I took in Cambridge.

First up, the teeny tiny place I stayed in for the first week I was there.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe view from the front door. The bedroom/study/living room

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe bathtub- it had electrical heating. I never did figure out how to get hot water anywhere else besides in the shower

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMy kitchen, which also had a washing/drying machine

Some of the sights I saw while walking around:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe stunning river and boats

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPart of Cambridge University

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA church from the 12th century (that would be 300 years before the French discovered Canada)

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI’m not sure what this building is, but I love it

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA garden in Cambridge University

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe view I stumbled across while downtown

That’s all for now. I hope to have some time to wander around London either today or tomorrow, so I’ll be checking back soon with some pictures of what I’ve seen. As well as some yoga that I’ve been up to, and the delicious, delicious food I’ve been enjoying!

So my question of the day is: Have you been to London? What do I need to go see?

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2 thoughts on “Sight seeing in Cambridge

  1. The building you weren’t sure about is King’s College.

    Regarding London, it rather depends what you like. Personally, I’m quite fond of the walk along the tow-path of the Regent’s Canal, starting off right near King’s Cross Station, passing through Camden Town and then through the middle of London Zoo. Then again, I’m also quite like going to Bloomsbury, and taking in the British Museum, My Old Dutch (a pancake restaurant) and The Princess Louise (a pub almost opposite it).

    • Thanks so much for the suggestions (and for letting me know it’s King’s College)! I’m right by Bloomsbury and have strolled past the British Museum a few times :) Also enjoyed window shopping on Oxford Street as well!!

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