Cambridge 2014 (a photodiary)

I am a big city girl through and through but if I were to live anywhere in the UK other than London, I’d most probably choose Cambridge. I never thought I’d ever feel such great affinity to a small city but much thanks to The Lovely Laurels, I’m convinced I could happily retire there. I spent a full day wandering through town, envisioning the future spawns growing up visiting museums and wanting to study Bio-Chemistry at uni whilst I set up shop as a consultant by day and a baker by night. Har har.
There’s so much to see, so many things to learn from and so many interesting people to watch. Really and truly though, Cambridge is beautiful.
The Old Hall at Queens’

View from The Backs: Clare College and King’s College
Inside  King’s College Chapel – I was awestruck
Vandalised pews at Pembroke College Chapel dating back to the 1700s! Incredible penmanship, no?
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of the four medieval round churches in England

#OOTD: H&M Sweater | Topshop Jamie Jeans | Zara slip-ons (old)

River + all that green + all that source of knowledge. Oh yes, I can definitely live here. 

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