Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Cambridge Campuses

We drove to Cambridge yesterday and I have to mention how well Mike drove from London to Cambridge and back. I'm so impressed. If you have never been there, I highly recommend the trip. It was mind blowing. The village is so rich with history and absolutely stunning. All the colleges were closed today for visitors but there was plenty to see and do. We got some awesome photos and popped in a few shops. As we were walking around we came to the Kings College Chapel and noticed that the choral evensong service was open to visitors at 5:30 pm. Mike was straight away interested in going, me not so much. As the day flew by I came around to the idea, and I am so glad that we went. It was such a beautiful service and the Chapel, there are no words to describe it's beauty. This place will forever be one of my favorite places I have been so blessed to visit. 
If your visiting London, or perhaps visiting the United  Kingdom in general, Cambridge is totally worth the day trip. Our last day in England is today and hopefully I will finally get to see a castle. So on the agenda today is Dover, England where Dover Castle is, which is said to be the largest (or is it oldest) castle in England I believe. And if time allows, we would like to check out Winston Churchill's house.  We took so many photos that I wasn't able to share all of them. Maybe one day I will do another post over this trip. Thanks for visiting Modishly Naturopathic blog, check back tomorrow and see our adventures from today. Enjoy!

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