TO CAMBRIDGE AND SUFFOLK
Third in my England travel series: London’s Liverpool Street Station to Stowmarket.
I was off to visit my at-that-time-still-unmet-friend, Julie. Julie and I (in case you’re new here and haven’t already read about this…) became friends totally through the internet and our blogs.
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Julie is not only one very talented lady, but she is charming and warm and hospitable and generous…as is her entire family. I spent two nights in her lovely Georgian house and was shown many gardens, met new people, taken on the River Cam in a punt, ate dinner at
The Packhorse Inn in Newmarket (which reminded me of The Milk House), had lunch at Wyken Vineyards, and visited with Kate Denton, a member of The Royal Society of British Sculptors.
This is my public thank you to Julie and her entire family.
So, first up let’s take a look at Cambridge. I’m just showing you a very few images, but you get the idea. King’s College. Well, I expected to hear the choir at any minute begin the ethereal and magical Christmas program…but had to be satisfied with imagining it!