Think one of the moorings we "borrowed" belonged to NB Lucky Duck away on her summer travels-thank you. What a stunning city and location-here are some of the pics:
The market was a great place to re stock with herbs and spices (including those hard to find ones) at the quantities you require in plastic bags - not expensive glass jars. Needless to say, I came away with some I'm not sure to do with and will probably never use; never mind, at least they were cheap.
I'm probably about to upset some people now (that'll make a change then) but, having lived around Oxford for a number of years, Cambridge is more enticing. Both, of course, have their architecture, colleges, punts, rowing rivalry, but Cambridge is compact and-unlike Oxford-has sorted it's traffic problems. I adored it and could easily spend 2 or more weeks there.
Had a good old poke about the city and met some fascinating people - but don't you always if you take the time, or have the luxury of taking the time?
For some reason, I can't transfer my photos from uploaded to blogger into the blog itself, so I'll have another go tomorrow.